Computing with D-Modules II
The theory of algebraic D-modules is concerned with the algebraic study of linear partial differential equations with polynomial coefficients. This offers a useful representation for many special functions arising in the mathematical sciences (e.g. statistics, geometry, or physics). The manipulation of this representation relies on the use of Groebner bases in the Weyl algebra. This event is part of a series of seminars on D-modules with emphasis on computations and applications.