Preconditioning Polynomial Systems Using Macaulay Dual Spaces
Polynomial systems arise in many applications across a diverse landscape of subjects. Solving these systems has been an area of intense research for many years. Methods for solving these systems numerically fit into the field of numerical algebraic geometry. Many of these methods rely on an idea called homotopy continuation. This method is very effective for solving systems of polynomials in many variables. However, in the case of zero-dimensional systems, we may end up tracking many more solutions than actually exist, leading to excess computation. This project preconditions these systems in ...
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