Numerical algebraic geometry. Numerical algebraic geometry uses numerical data to describe algebraic varieties. It is based on numerical polynomial homotopy continuation, which is an alternative to the classical symbolic approaches of computational algebraic geometry. We present a package, whose primary purpose is to interlink the existing symbolic methods of Macaulay2 and the powerful engine of numerical approximate computations. The core procedures of the package exhibit performance competitive with the other homotopy continuation software.
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- Krone, Robert; Leykin, Anton: Numerical algorithms for detecting embedded components (2017)
- Martín del Campo, Abraham; Rodriguez, Jose Israel: Critical points via monodromy and local methods (2017)
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- Beltrán, Carlos; Leykin, Anton: Robust certified numerical homotopy tracking (2013)
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- Leykin, Anton: Numerical algebraic geometry (2011)
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