Algebraic kernel

Real solving of polynomials is a fundamental problem with a wide application range. This package is targeted at providing black-box implementations of state-of-the-art algorithms to determine, compare, and approximate real roots of univariate polynomials and bivariate polynomial systems. Such a black-box is called an Algebraic Kernel. Since this package is aimed at providing more than one implementation, the interface of the algebraic kernels is expressed in concepts. The main concepts provided by this package are the AlgebraicKernel_d_1 for univariate polynomial systems and AlgebraicKernel_d_2 for bivariate polynomial systems, the latter being a refinement of the firs

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  1. Berberich, Eric; Emeliyanenko, Pavel; Kobel, Alexander; Sagraloff, Michael: Exact symbolic-numeric computation of planar algebraic curves (2013)