On a condition number of general random polynomial systems

@article{Nguyen2016OnAC,
  title={On a condition number of general random polynomial systems},
  author={Hoi H. Nguyen},
  journal={Math. Comput.},
  year={2016},
  volume={85},
  pages={737-757}
}
  • H. Nguyen
  • Published 24 June 2015
  • Mathematics
  • Math. Comput.
Condition numbers of random polynomial systems have been widely studied in the literature under certain coefficient ensembles of invariant type. In this note we introduce a method that allows us to study these numbers for a broad family of probability distributions. Our work also extends to certain perturbed systems. 

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