`sm1.ecartd_syz`

`sm1.ecartd_syz(``A`)-
:
It returns a syzygy of
`A`by using a tangent cone algorithm. h[0,1](D)-homogenization is used. If the option rv="dp" (return_value="dp") is given, the answer is returned in distributed polynomials. The return value is in the format [s,[g,m,t]]. s is the generator of the syzygies, g is the Grobner basis, m is the translation matrix from the generators to g. t is the syzygy of g.

Example:

input1 F=[2*(1-x-y)*dx+1,2*(1-x-y)*dy+1]$ FF=[F,"x,y",[[dx,1,dy,1],[x,-1,y,-1]]]$ sm1.ecartd_syz(FF); input2 F=[2*(1-x-y)*dx+h,2*(1-x-y)*dy+h]$ FF=[F,"x,y",[[dx,1,dy,1],[x,-1,y,-1,dx,1,dy,1]],["noAutoHomogenize",1]]$ sm1.ecartd_syz(FF);

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