The main goal of this work is to describe a new approach to the study of involutive divisions using the pairwise property. The paper presents a simple and intuitive method for constructing the Janet division and reveals the deep intrinsic relationship between Janet division and Lex-ordering. A method for constructing some analogues of the Janet division for other orders is described. An example of pairwise, continuous, and nonconstructive involutive division is given.
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Semenov, A.S. Pair analysis of involutive divisions. J Math Sci 135, 3400–3408 (2006). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10958-006-0169-8
- Pair Analysis
- Intuitive Method
- Intrinsic Relationship
- Involutive Division
- Janet Division