Schubert3

Schubert3 - A Sage package for computations in intersection theory and enumerative geometry. The first package for computations in intersection theory and enumerative geometry is Schubert in Maple which written by Sheldon Katz and Stein A. Stromme from 1992, and had been revised and updated to new versions of Maple by Jan-Magnus Okland. However, it is no longer actively supported. The second package is Schubert2 in Macaulay2 which has being developed by Daniel R. Grayson, Michael E. Stillman, Stein A. Stro mme, David Eisenbud and Charley Crissman. Our package is Schubert3 which developed on Sage and written in the Python programming language. This package provides the key functionality necessary for computations in intersection theory and enumerative geometry. It deals with abstract varieties, vector bundles on abstract varieties, morphisms between abstract varieties, equivariant vector bundles on abstract varieties endowed with a torus action, moduli spaces of stable maps, and graphs.

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  1. Hiep, Dang Tuan: A formula for the algebraic degree in semidefinite programming (2016)