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Polynomial factorization plays a significant role in computational mathematics and its application to engineering, since it forms a fundamental part of algorithms for higher algebraic computations. Multivariate polynomial factorization over finite fields is very important for computations of mathematical object over positive characteristic fields, which(More)
To give an efficiently computable representation of the zeros of a zero-dimensional ideal I, Rouillier (1996) introduced the rational univariate representation (RUR) as an extension of the generalized shape lemma (GSL) proposed by Alonso et al. (1996). In this paper, we propose a new method to compute the RUR of the radical of I, and report on its practical(More)
The papers [Gálvez et al. 2000, Kokubu et al. 2003, Kokubu et al. 2005] gave a method of constructing flat surfaces in the three-dimesnional hyperbolic space. Such surfaces have generically singularities, since any closed nonsigular flat surface is isometric to a horosphere or a hyperbolic cylinder. In the paper [Sasaki et al. 2006], we defined a map,(More)