By Henri Cohen
Written via an expert with nice sensible and educating event within the box, this e-book addresses a few issues in computational quantity thought. Chapters one via 5 shape a homogenous material compatible for a six-month or year-long direction in computational quantity idea. the following chapters care for extra miscellaneous subjects.
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5. , U). 1. [Initialize] Set i t- n, j t- k, and let U be the k x k identity matrix. 2. [Check zero] Set m t- j, and while m ~ 1 and ai,m = 0, set m t- m - 1. If m = 0, the matrix A is not of rank n, so print an error message and terminate the algorithm. Otherwise, if m < j, exchange Am with Aj , am with aj, Um with Uj, and set m t- j. 3. [Put 1 on the main diagonal] Set Aj t- Aj / ai,j, Uj t- Uj/ ai,j, and aj tai,j aj. ) 4. [Loop] If m = 1, go to step 6. Otherwise. set m t- m - 1, and if ai,m = 0, go to step 4.
Conversely, an element of M n N can be represented as AX = - BY for some vectors X (Xi) and Y (Yj) such that Xi E ai and Yj E bj . ),Jd. = In particular, X will be in the image of (U1 , Jd; hence our initial element will be in the image of (AU1 , J 1 ) proved. 5 Applications of the HNF Algorithm 37 Remarks (1) We have given the algorithm for two modules of the same rank n, because this is the only application that we have in mind (ideals in relative extensions), but the algorithm can easily be generalized to the case where the ranks are different (Exercise 12).
The first method is to compute the (usual) HNF matrix H of CiCjl on some fixed integral basis of K. If (dih
Advanced Topics in Computational Number Theory by Henri Cohen