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Toric Sylvester forms and applications in elimination theory

@inproceedings{Buse2022ToricSF,
  title={Toric Sylvester forms and applications in elimination theory},
  author={Laurent Bus'e and Carles Checa},
  year={2022}
}
In this paper, we investigate the structure of the saturation of ideals generated by square systems of sparse homogeneous polynomials over a toric variety X with respect to the irrelevant ideal of X . As our main results, we establish a duality property and make it explicit by introducing toric Sylvester forms, under a certain positivity assumption on X . In particular, we prove that toric Sylvester forms yield bases of some graded components of I sat /I , where I denotes an ideal generated by… 

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