A monomial ideal in a polynomial ring is an ideal generated by monomials.

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betti-numbers of Gin(I), generic initial ideal of $I$

here in the paper Ideals with Stable Betti Numbers there is a theorem that I can't uderstand it, both in details (which highlighted) and sketch of the proof of (b): can you help please? ...
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Graded Betti Numbers of a Graded Ideal with Linear Quotients

Exercise 8.8 in Monomial Ideals by Herzog and Hibi: Let $I\subset S=K[x_{1},...,x_{n}]$ be a graded ideal which has linear quotients with respect to a homogeneous system of generators ...
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Elementary proof that $\operatorname{Ass}(I^n)$ stabilizes for a monomial ideal $I$

For my bachelor thesis I'd like to have a short "elementary" proof that $\operatorname{Ass}(I^n)$ stabilizes for large $n$ if $I$ is a monomial ideal in a polynomial ring $K[x_1, \dots, x_r]$ over ...
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Depth of ideals in a commutative ring

Let $I, J \subset S = k[x_1,\dots,x_n]$ be two monomial ideals and $k$ a field. If every element of $S$ which is $S/J$-regular is also $S/I$-regular is it true that depth$_S S/I \geq$ depth$_S S/J$ ?
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How to show an ideal is Zero-dimensional [closed]

I have the following past exam paper question, a similar sort of question seems to come up every year.. And i'm completely lost with it... Let $J$ denote the ideal in $\mathbb{Q}[x,y,z]$ generated by ...
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Initial ideal of k-th power of an ideal

Hi, Let $I$ be an ideal in a polynomial ring $S = k[x_1, \ldots, x_n]$, where $k$ is an algebraically closed field of characteristic zero. Fix a term order on $S$ (e.g. a lexicographic order) and ...
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How to find the generic initial ideal?

Here is an example from Ezra Miller's book: Combinatorial Commutative Algebra,p26-27 Let $f,g\in k[x_1,x_2,x_3,x_4]$ be a generic forms of degree $d$ and $e$, the generic initial ideal of $I=\langle ...
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What does the d-slice of a weighted polynomial algebra look like?

This question comes from the explicit construction of a smooth projective model of a hyperelliptic curve. Nevertheless it is fully elementary and, to me, more interesting than hyperelliptic curves. ...