logcf is a tool that computes exact real root isolation of a univariate polynomial. The algorithm is described in the paper logcf: An efficient tool for real root isolation . The used algorithm is based on continued factions ( Vincent’s theorem ). Notice: under linux platform, gcc and g++ need version 4.6 or later versions. logcf uses computer algebra system Singular for simplifying polynomial and uses GMP library for arbitrary precision arithmetic (these all contain in Zip package).
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References in zbMATH (referenced in 3 articles , 2 standard articles )
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- Dai, Liyun; Fan, Zhe; Xia, Bican; Zhang, Hanwen: Logcf: an efficient tool for real root isolation (2019)
- Kerber, Michael; Sagraloff, Michael: Root refinement for real polynomials using quadratic interval refinement (2015)
- Liyun Dai, Bican Xia: logcf: An Efficient Tool for Real Root Isolation (2012) arXiv