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Bates, Dan - Institute for Mathematics and its Applications, University of Minnesota
Numerical computation of the genus of an irreducible curve within an algebraic set
Applications of Numerical Terracini's Lemma Daniel J. Bates # Christopher S. Peterson +
Software for numerical algebraic geometry: a paradigm and progress towards its
THEORY AND APPLICATIONS IN NUMERICAL ALGEBRAIC A Dissertation
Adaptive multiprecision path tracking Daniel J. Bates
Software for numerical algebraic geometry: a paradigm and progress towards its
Solution of polynomial systems derived from di#erential equations
Finding All Real Points of a Complex Curve Daniel J. Bates
Bertini: A software package for numerical algebraic geometry
Finding All Real Points of a Complex Curve Ye Lu # Daniel J. Bates + Andrew J. Sommese #
A numerical-symbolic algorithm for computing the multiplicity of a component of an algebraic set
The numerical computation of the multiplicity of a component
Adaptive multiprecision path tracking Daniel J. Bates # Jonathan D. Hauenstein +
Applications of Numerical Terracini's Lemma Daniel J. Bates
Gene Allgower Colorado State University
THEORY AND APPLICATIONS IN NUMERICAL ALGEBRAIC GEOMETRY
Numerical computation of the genus of an irreducible curve within an algebraic set
Solution of polynomial systems derived from differential equations
Numerical computation of the genus of an irreducible curve within an algebraic set
Adaptive multiprecision path tracking Daniel J. Bates* Jonathan D. Hauensteiny
A numerical-symbolic algorithm for computing the multiplicity of a component of an algebraic set
Applications of Numerical Terracini's Lemma Daniel J. Bates* Christopher S. Petersony
Software for numerical algebraic geometry: a paradigm and progress towards its
Finding All Real Points of a Complex Curve Ye Lu* Daniel J. Batesy Andrew J. Sommesez
THEORY AND APPLICATIONS IN NUMERICAL ALGEBRAIC A Dissertation