StatePolytope computes state polytopes of ideals using the programs gfan, M2, and polymake. Specifically, it computes Statem(I) or State(I) as defined in Sturmfels’s book Groebner bases and convex polytopes, page 14. There is also a function for testing GIT stability of an ideal in a polynomial ring with respect to action of the maximal torus scaling the variables. We assume that the user has gfan version 0.3 or higher on his or her system. The default assumption is that the command to run gfan is gfan, but this can be changed in the package configuration if necessary. The user also needs polymake version 2.3-1 or higher installed on his or her system, and it must be run by this command. Finally, the user is responsible for making sure the ideal of study is supported by gfan. In version 0.3 this means the ideal must be in a polynomial ring over QQ or ZZ/p with p < 32749, and no variable’s name should be a substring of another’s.
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References in zbMATH (referenced in 7 articles , 1 standard article )
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- Lee, Cheolgyu: Worst unstable points of a Hilbert scheme (2020)
- Gallardo, Patricio: On the GIT quotient space of quintic surfaces (2019)
- Lee, Cheolgyu: Instability and singularity of projective hypersurfaces (2018)
- Lee, Cheolgyu: Algebraic equations in state condition (2018)
- Alper, Jarod; Fedorchuk, Maksym; Smyth, David Ishii: Finite Hilbert stability of (bi)canonical curves (2013)
- Alper, Jarod; Hyeon, Donghoon: GIT constructions of log canonical models of (\overlineMg) (2012)
- Morrison, Ian; Swinarski, David: Gröbner techniques for low-degree Hilbert stability (2011)