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Sep 19 |
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Real solutions for systems of monomial equations
Very helpful answer - thanks. |
Sep 19 |
accepted | Real solutions for systems of monomial equations |
Aug 23 |
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Real solutions for systems of monomial equations
@OlegEroshkin My mistake, just fixed the question to specify that the $a_{ij}$ are non-negative integers, so $x_i^{a_{ij}}$ is well-defined when $x_i$ is negative. I do want to be able to find solutions when $c_i$ or $x_i$ is non-positive. |
Aug 23 |
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Real solutions for systems of monomial equations
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asked | Real solutions for systems of monomial equations |
Aug 7 |
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Software tools for medium-scale systems of polynomial equations
@MoritzFirsching Really I was looking for all real solutions. What would you suggest? |
Aug 6 |
awarded | Benefactor |
Aug 6 |
accepted | Software tools for medium-scale systems of polynomial equations |
Aug 4 |
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Software tools for medium-scale systems of polynomial equations
@Ryan thanks for the catch - have updated the post |
Aug 4 |
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Software tools for medium-scale systems of polynomial equations
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Aug 3 |
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Jul 26 |
asked | Software tools for medium-scale systems of polynomial equations |
Jul 8 |
awarded | Popular Question |
Jul 2 |
awarded | Curious |
Mar 23 |
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Compute the radical for an ideal without computing the Grobner basis
@JasonStarr: Thanks, I think that answers my question (in the negative). I'm looking for something completely general. It would be nice if I could show that computing generators for the radical for $I$ is equivalent in some sense to computing the Grobner basis for $I$. |
Mar 23 |
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Compute the radical for an ideal without computing the Grobner basis
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Mar 23 |
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Compute the radical for an ideal without computing the Grobner basis
I'm looking for a general result. |
Mar 23 |
asked | Compute the radical for an ideal without computing the Grobner basis |
Jan 14 |
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Solve $(A+B)x=y$ given Cholesky decomposition of A and B
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accepted | Lattice points close to a line |