On 10/07/2017 12:48, mmarco wrote:
> It is surprising the difference between singular and Sage, considering that
> Sage mostly relies on Singular for multivariate polynomial arithmetic. In
> the case of divisions, I suspect that it has to do with the fact that Sage
> treats division of polynomials as an operation in the fraction field, so it
> would construct the fraction, look for common factors in the numerator and
> denominator, and cancel them. That is probably not what other systems do.
Indeed, for (internal) division one should use // and not /
> Which commands/instructions did you use in your benchmarks?
BTW, it would be good to have them in the post!
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