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Bibliography

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M. Borges-Quintana, M. Borges-Trenard, and F. Winkler.
An Application of the FGLM Techniques to Linear Codes.
In Proc. 4th Italian-Latin American Conference on Applied and Industrial Mathematics, Inst. Cybern. Math. Phys., Havana, Cuba, 2001, pages 280-286, Inst. Cybern. Math. Phys., Havana, Cuba, CMP 1 830 504, 2001.
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R. Hemmecke.
Dynamical aspects of involutive bases computations.
In F. Winkler and U. Langer, editors, Symbolic and Numeric Scientific Computation, Second International Conference, SNSC 2001, Hagenberg, Austria, September 2001, Revised Papers, number 2630 in Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 168-182, 2003.
3
W. Schreiner.
Manager-Worker Parallelism versus Dataflow in a Distributed Computer Algebra System.
In PaCT'2001, 6th. International Conference, Novosibirsk, Russia, volume 2127 of LNCS, pages 329-343. Springer Verlag, September 2001.
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W. Schreiner, G. Kusper, and K. Bosa.
Fault Tolerance for Cluster Computing Based on Functional Tasks.
In EURO-PAR'2001, LNCS. Springer Verlag, August 2001.
5
J. Sendra and F. Winkler.
Computing of the Degree of a Rational Map between Curves.
In B. Mourrain, editor, Proc. ISSAC'01, London, Ontario, Canada, pages 317-332. ACM-Press, 2001.
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J. R. Sendra and F. Winkler.
Computation of the degree of a rational map between curves.
In B. Morrain, editor, International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation (ISSAC'01), pages 317-322. ACM-Press, 2001.
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F. Winkler.
Computer algebra and geometry -- some interactions.
In M. Hazewinkel, editor, Proc. of Coll. on Systems Theory and Computer Algebra. Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences, 2001.




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