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### How to find solutions for four polynomial equations with four unknown variables using Resultant Theory

Can I use resultant theory (or polynomial resultant method) to find solutions for four simultaneous polynomial equations with four unknown variables?
So far, I could only find examples which uses two ...

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### GPS calculations under $L^p$ norms

GPS calculations require finding a sphere externally tangent to
four given spheres, an
Apollonian problem
in $\mathbb{R}^3$.
The center of that fifth sphere is one of the $16$ possible solutions to
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### Irreducibility of a resultant of real and imaginary parts of a characteristic polynomial

The following question is motivated by the study of a stability border for a robust linear time-invariant control system.
Let us we have an affine family of $n\times n$ matrices with indeterminate ($\...

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### Combinatorics of resultants

This is a crosspost of http://math.stackexchange.com/questions/446470/combinatorics-of-resultants which received no answer. [EDIT: I deleted the initial copy of the question on MathSE].
Let $f(z)=\...

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### Resultant of system with 3 polynomials and 3 variables

Let us say I have a system of 3 polynomials, f1(x,y,z), f2(x,y,z), f3(x,y,z). How to find the resultant of these 3 polynomials? What I mean is: is there any special method to do this? Does the ...

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### The resultant of two degree n and n - 1 functions in two variables of t

I'm currently studying the implicitization of bezier curves (that is, finding a function that f(x, y) = 0 for any x and y pairs of a curve p(t)) as part of an algorithm for curve intersection. The ...

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### When is the Wendt binomial circulant determinant divisible by 3?

The Wendt binomial circulant determinant $W_n$ can be defined quite simply as a resultant:
$$ W_n = \operatorname{res}(x^n-1, (x+1)^n-1). $$
Truer to its name, one may also define it as the ...

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### Multipolynomial resultants

We know that the resultant of two polynomials can be computed as the determinant of their Sylvester matrix ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sylvester_matrix ). How do we compute the resultant of more ...