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2017

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2017

The flow of water in partially saturated porous media is of importance in fields such as hydrology, agriculture, environment and… Expand

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2017

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2017

In this paper, we discuss the model order reduction problem for descriptor systems, that is, systems with dynamics described by… Expand

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2008

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2008

The subject of linear algebra includes the solution of linear equations, a topic properly belonging to college algebra. Earlier… Expand

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2003

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2003

A classical construction of stream ciphers is to combine several LFSRs and a highly non-linear Boolean function f. Their security… Expand

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1998

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1998

Introduction.- Solving Polynomial Equations.- Resultants.- Computation in Local Rings.- Modules.- Free Resolutions.- Polytopes… Expand

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1988

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1988

Algebraic Theory of Processes provides the first general and systematic introduction to the semantics of concurrent systems, a… Expand

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1988

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1988

We give a PSPACE algorithm for determining the signs of multivariate polynomials at the common zeros of a system of polynomial… Expand

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1983

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1983

In the past few years, two very different methods have been developed for solving systems of algebraic equations : the method of… Expand

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1973

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1973

Introduction to Algebraic Geometry.By Serge Lang. Pp. xi + 260. (Addison–Wesley: Reading, Massachusetts, 1972.)

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1938

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1938

1 . SOME time ago Littlewood and Offordt gave estimates of the number of real roots that an equation of degree n selected at… Expand

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