Let $p \in \mathbb R [x,y,z]$ be a homogeneous irreducible polynomial of degree $d$. From Dickson in 1920 we know that there exists $A$, $B$ and $C$ such that

$$\det (Ax + By + Cz) = c p(x,y,z)$$

where $c$ is some constant.

Vinnikov in 1988 was able to describe all the non-equivalent determinantal representations as points on the Jacobian variety that are not on the exceptional sub variety. The theoretical work in this paper is relatively constructive, but is still a long way from a numerically stable constructive algorithm for $A$, $B$ and $C$.

Given any polynomial $p(x,y,z)$, can one triple $(A, B,C)$ be constructed in a numerically stable way?

Thanks in advance.