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- Emil J. Volcheck
- ANTS
- 1994

- Emil J. Volcheck
- ISSAC
- 1997

Computing the dual curve of a plane algebraic curve can beaccomplished using a classical elimination method. We present anew method that relies oninterpolating the dual curve. For a curve of degree n, this method costs 0(n12) arithmetic operations. We refine this method by computing the class of the curve before interpolating. For a curve of known clam m,… (More)

- Emil J. Volcheck
- ISSAC
- 1993

The singularities of algebraic plane curves over Q may be resolved into ordinary multiple points by the classical met hod of st andard quadratic t ransformat ions. The author analyzes a birational plane transformation described by Max Noether which improves upon the classical method in two ways: first, it requires no ground field extension; second, the… (More)

- Emil J. Volcheck
- ACM SIGSAM Bulletin
- 1996

If you would like to see technical reports or thesis abstracts from your department or institution listed here, please contact me. The deadline for the next issue is 27 June 1997. Depending on the space available, I may have to edit your abstracts-I'd prefer that you keep them to about 150 words or less. I'd appreciate hearing your comments and feedback.… (More)

- Emil J. Volcheck
- ACM SIGSAM Bulletin
- 1998

The Parallel Symbolic Computing Workshop took place as part of the MSRI program on Symbolic Computation in Geometry and Analysis (which ran at MSRI from August-December 1998). This workshop featured a series of excellent speakers and a large and enthusiastic audience. Many thanks should go from all of us to the organizers: I intend to discuss such… (More)

- Ilias S. Kotsireas, Emil J. Volcheck
- ACM SIGSAM Bulletin
- 2004

The Algorithmic Number Theory Symposium (ANTS) meetings are held bianually since 1994, and have become the premier international forum for the presentation of new research in Computational Number Theory. Previous ANTS conferences have been held as follows: ANTS I, 1994, Cornell University, USA, ANTS II, 1996, University of Bordeaux, France, ANTS III, 1998… (More)

- Mark Heiligman, Emil J. Volcheck
- ACM SIGSAM Bulletin
- 1998

<i>Weierstrass points</i> are an important geometric feature and birational invariant of an algebraic curve. A place <i>P</i> on a curve of genus <i>g</i> is a Weierstrass point if the corresponding point on the canonical embedding of the curve is an inflection point where the tangent plane is tangent to order at least <i>g.</i> This condition is equivalent… (More)

- Emil Volcheck, Wilfrid Laurier, Martin Bright
- 2004

The Algorithmic Number Theory Symposium (ANTS) meetings are held bianually since 1994, and have become the premier international forum for the presentation of new research in Computational Number Theory. Previous ANTS conferences have been held as follows: ANTS VII is scheduled to be held in Berlin in the summer of 2006. Below are six poster abstracts… (More)

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