Binary package “macaulay2-common” in ubuntu kinetic

Software system for algebraic geometry research (common files)

 Macaulay 2 is a software system for algebraic geometry research, written by
 Daniel R. Grayson and Michael E. Stillman. Based on Groebner bases, it
 provides algorithms for computing homological invariants of rings and
 modules.
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 This package contains the architecture independent portion of Macaulay2, and is
 normally installed automatically when one of the architecture dependent
 packages is installed.