Algorithmic invariant theory of finite groups acting on finitely generated $\mathbb{Z}$-algebras: reference request

Does there exist a book discussing algorithmic invariant theory for finite groups that does not assume that the algebras involved are defined over a field (e.g. base rings $$\mathbb{Z}$$ and $$\mathbb{Z}/n$$ are allowed)? I could not find one though I can not claim a good knowledge of the literature.

• a related thread mathoverflow.net/questions/279253/invariant-theory-over-rings – user143954 Aug 4 at 13:35
• especially Gregor Kemper's comment- For finite groups, algorithms for computing the invariant ring over a base ring such as the integers are given in G. Kemper, Using Extended Derksen Ideals in Computational Invariant Theory, J. Symbolic Comput. 72 (2016), 161-181. – user143954 Aug 4 at 13:36