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By David A. Cox, Bernd Sturmfels, Dinesh N. Manocha
This ebook introduces readers to key rules and purposes of computational algebraic geometry. starting with the invention of Grobner bases and fueled by way of the arrival of recent pcs and the rediscovery of resultants, computational algebraic geometry has grown swiftly in significance. the truth that 'crunching equations' is now as effortless as 'crunching numbers' has had a profound effect in recent times. even as, the maths utilized in computational algebraic geometry is strangely stylish and obtainable, which makes the topic effortless to benefit and straightforward to use. This ebook starts with an creation to Grobner bases and resultants, then discusses the various newer tools for fixing structures of polynomial equations. A sampler of attainable purposes follows, together with computer-aided geometric layout, advanced info platforms, integer programming, and algebraic coding thought. The lectures within the booklet imagine no prior acquaintance with the fabric
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