' Written by the founders of the new and expanding field of numerical algebraic geometry, this is the first book that uses an algebraic-geometric approach to the numerical solution of polynomial systems and also the first one to treat numerical methods for finding positive dimensional solution sets. The text covers the full theory from methods developed for isolated solutions in the 1980's to the most recent research on positive dimensional sets. Contents:Background:Polynomial SystemsHomotopy ContinuationProjective SpacesGenericity and Probability OnePolynomials of One VariableOther MethodsIsolated Solutions:Coefficient-Parameter HomotopyPolynomial StructuresCase StudiesEndpoint EstimationChecking Results and Other Implementation TipsPositive Dimensional Solutions:Basic Algebraic GeometryBasic Numerical Algebraic GeometryA Cascade Algorithm for Witness SupersetsThe Numerical Irreducible DecompositionThe Intersection of Algebraic SetsAppendices:Algebraic GeometrySoftware for Polynomial ContinuationHomLab User's Guide Readership: Graduate students and researchers in applied mathematics and mechanical engineering. Keywords:Polynomial Systems;Numerical Methods;Homotopy Methods;Mechanical Engineering;Numerical Algebraic Geometry;Kinematics;RoboticsKey Features:Useful introduction to the field for graduate students and researchers in related areasIncludes exercises suitable for classroom use and self-studyIncludes Matlab software to illustrate the methodIncludes many graphical illustrationsIncludes a detailed summary of useful results from algebraic geometryReviews:aThe text is written in a very smooth and intelligent form, yielding a readable book whose contents are accessible to a wide class of readers, even to undergraduate students, provided that they accept that some delicate points of some of the proofs could be omitted. Its readability and fast access to the core of the book makes it recommendable as a pleasant read.aMathematical Reviews aThis is an excellent book on numerical solutions of polynomials systems for engineers, scientists and numerical analysts. As pioneers of the field of numerical algebraic geometry, the authors have provided a comprehensive summary of ideas, methods, problems of numerical algebraic geometry and applications to solving polynomial systems. Through the book readers will experience the authors' original ideas, contributions and their techniques in handling practical problems ab Many interesting examples from engineering and science have been used throughout the book. Also the exercises are well designed in line with the content, along with the algorithms, sample programs in Matlab and author's own software 'HOMLAB' for polynomial continuation. This is a remarkable book that I recommend to engineers, scientists, researchers, professionals and students, and particularly numerical analysts who will benefit from the rapid development of numerical algebraic geometry.aZentralblatt MATH 'The code requires that problems naturally formulated in Caquot;, such as the initial triangle example, be homogenized for solution in Paquot;. ... (See the usera#39;s guide for information on the full range of options.) ... Exercise 7.1 (Triangle) This exercise experiments with file triangle.m, which solves Ex. 7.3 using the parameter homotopy path given in Equation 7.3.6. ... Can you find examples for which the routine fails?

Title | : | The Numerical Solution of Systems of Polynomials Arising in Engineering and Science |

Author | : |
Andrew J Sommese, Charles W Wampler II |

Publisher | : | World Scientific - 2005-03-21 |

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