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Effective differential elimination

@inproceedings{Ovchinnikov2016EffectiveDE,
  title={Effective differential elimination},
  author={Alexey Ovchinnikov and Gleb Pogudin and Ngoc Thieu Vo},
  year={2016}
}
Elimination of unknowns from systems of equations, starting with Gaussian elimination, is a problem of general interest. In this paper, we study elimination of unknowns from systems of polynomial ODEs, that is, how to derive consequences of a system that do not depend on a selected set of unknowns. This is called differential elimination. One way to do this is to find a uniform (independent of the coefficients of the system) upper bound N so that, after differentiating the system N times, the… 

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