@Carl Love Thanks.
FullDeg is much better, Thank you.
nterms is the function in my answer "Example of parms". It uses nIs and deg as in the answer. Since it can be calculated using nIs and deg, I don't see the point of having it as an input parameter.
Doable - I also think so, that is the reason I asked for help on Grid-Seq in another post.
The situation after two hours running can be seen below:
Rolling large chunks - We will definitely need that. Cubic - Binomial(60,30) = 118264581564861424. No way!
Since we need all indeterminates presented in index i, can we divide the problem? Binomial(20,?)*Bonomial(20,??)*Binomial(20,???) where ?+??+??? is the n of the tuple we need to find.