Zeta provides methods for computing topological zeta functions arising from the enumeration of subalgebras, ideals, submodules, and representations of suitable algebraic structures. For theoretical background and descriptions of the methods used, see [1,2,3]. Zeta is distributed as a Python-package for the computer algebra system Sage. This work is supported by the DFG Priority Programme “Algorithmic and Experimental Methods in Algebra, Geometry and Number Theory” (SPP 1489).
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- Rossmann, Tobias: Computing topological zeta functions of groups, algebras, and modules. I (2015)