# Page history

## 29 September 2019

Reverted 1 edit by Ninepoints (talk): Was coorrect: the midle terms are exchanged between the two orderings (TW)

The example given for the difference between grlex and grevlex had the same ordering given for both.

## 30 April 2019

→Weight order: feel free to revert, but calling the vector a 'sequence' seems strange

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→Examples

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→Leading monomials, terms, and coefficients

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## 5 April 2019

Adding short description: "Order for the terms of a polynomial" (Shortdesc helper)

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Undid revision 891057134 by Jt omega (talk) everything was correct; copy-editing for clarification

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I discarded an incorrect statement which said that lex order is not a well-order.

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## 21 August 2016

→Leading monomials, terms, and coefficients: Wikifying the new section

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→Definition details and variations: no wikilink for the common use of a common word

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→top: "order relation" -> "total order" + "the" -> "a specific"

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→Leading monomials, terms, and coefficients: Had messed up wikilink syntax

→Definition details and variations: Leading monomial

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## 17 August 2016

→Graded reverse lexicographic order: Rewritten. Reverse is for comparison result, not variable order. Exhibit difference to deglex.

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→Examples: Spell out degree lexicographic order

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Shorter preamble, separate section on definition, since there are more to say about that.

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## 15 June 2016

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## 18 May 2016

Corrected misspelling of indeterminates (correctly this time)

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Corrected misspelling of indeterminates

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## 10 March 2016

→Graded lexicographic order

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→Related notions: Remove blank line(s) between list items per WP:LISTGAP to fix an accessibility issue for users of screen readers. Do WP:GENFIXES and cleanup if needed. Discuss this at Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Accessibility#LISTGAP

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## 10 January 2016

Reverted 1 edit by Sejwalpankaj (talk): Self-promoting blog link. (TW)

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→References: Added a open source code repository that supports various lexicographical orderings mentioned in the article.

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## 2 November 2015

Correcting error in content. In the abstract it is important to stress that the total order is not strict, since 1 is also a monomial.

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Reverted good faith edits by Echsecutor (talk): Html rendering, when possible is usually preferred. (TW)

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Improving appearance and making formulas easier to edit by using math-mode for all variables and formulas. Content unchanged.

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## 15 March 2013

Reverted good faith edits by Edward (talk): "Graded reverse lexicographical ordering" is a single concept, defned just above and not defined in lexicographical order. (TW)

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link lexicographical order using Find link

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## 28 February 2013

## 29 October 2012

→Graded lexicographic order: Correcting a mistake wrongly corrected by the preceding edit

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→Graded lexicographic order: changed "y less than x" to "x greater than y", makes more sense

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