For a PyPI package that integrates most of controlled-reduction into SageMath, see pycontrolledreduction.
An implementation of the controlled reduction method for computing the Hasse-Weil zeta functions of smooth projective hypersurfaces over finite fields. Explicitly, by computing a p-adic approximation of Frobenius action on p-adic cohomology (Monsky-Washnizter) with sufficient precision and then lifting its characteristic polynomial to the integers. An overview of the method can be found in:
- "Computing zeta functions of nondegenerate projective hypersurfaces over finite fields", (under preparation) by Edgar Costa and David Harvey.
- "Effective computations of Hasse-Weil zeta functions", by Edgar Costa
It majorly depends on:
Which depend on:
- GMP: GNU Multiple Precision Arithmetic Library (for NTL and FLINT)
- MPIR: Multiple Precision Integers and Rationals (for FLINT)
- MPFR: GNU Multiple Precision Floating-Point Reliably (for FLINT)
However, SageMath comes with all this libraries.
There are 3 options:
Using SageMath to provide the dependencies
- Figuring out where
SageMathis installed. We recommend doing this and storing in an environmental variable by doing:
SAGE_ROOT=$(sage -c "print SAGE_ROOT")
Alternatively, in Sage do
print SAGE_ROOT and on the unix terminal:
SAGE_ROOT=<the line printed in Sage>
- Download controlled reduction
git clone https://github.com/edgarcosta/controlledreduction.git
- Change your working directory and run the configure file
cd controlledreduction && ./configure --with-ntl=$SAGE_ROOT/local
- Compile everything by doing
- Set up the variable
$LD_LIBRARY_PATH, so the executables can find the libraries at run time. One can do this for the current terminal by doing:
and for this line to be ran at the start of every session one can do
echo export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:$SAGE_ROOT/local/lib >> ~/.bashrc
- You can optionaly run some tests by doing
or check out some of the examples
Manually specifying the path for the dependencies
make sure you have the dependencies (see the source of the script
build_dependenciesif you would prefer to build them manually), if they are installed in a non-standard path, be sure to set
./configureto generate the makefile.
To link against the libaries by SageMath it should be sufficient to run
./configure --helpfor more options.
maketo build everything
make checkto run some tests.