Bertini

Bertini™: Software for Numerical Algebraic Geometry. Software for solving polynomial systems. Finds isolated solutions using total-degree start systems, multihomogeneous-degree start systems, and also user defined homotopies. Implements parameter continuation for families of systems, such as the inverse kinematics of six-revolute serial-link arms, or the forward kinematics of Stewart-Gough parallel-link robots. Adaptive multiprecision implemented for finding isolated solutions and for the numerical irreducible decomposition. Treats positive-dimensional solutions by computing witness sets. Has automatic differentiation which preserves the straightline quality of an input system. Uses homogenization to accurately compute solutions ”at infinity.” Provides a fractional power-series endgame to accurately compute singular roots Allows for subfunctions. Allows for witness set manipulation via both sampling and membership testing. Accepts square or nonsquare systems.


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  1. Bradford, Russell; Davenport, James H.; England, Matthew; Errami, Hassan; Gerdt, Vladimir; Grigoriev, Dima; Hoyt, Charles; Košta, Marek; Radulescu, Ovidiu; Sturm, Thomas; Weber, Andreas: Identifying the parametric occurrence of multiple steady states for some biological networks (2020)
  2. Hao, Wenrui; Hesthaven, Jan; Lin, Guang; Zheng, Bin: A homotopy method with adaptive basis selection for computing multiple solutions of differential equations (2020)
  3. Harris, Corey; Helmer, Martin: Segre class computation and practical applications (2020)
  4. Hauenstein, Jonathan D.; Regan, Margaret H.: Real monodromy action (2020)
  5. Adamer, Michael F.; Helmer, Martin: Complexity of model testing for dynamical systems with toric steady states (2019)
  6. Améndola, Carlos; Friz, Peter; Sturmfels, Bernd: Varieties of signature tensors (2019)
  7. Angelini, Elena: Waring decompositions and identifiability via Bertini and Macaulay2 software (2019)
  8. Boyd, John: Strongly nonlinear perturbation theory for solitary waves and bions (2019)
  9. Brake, Danielle A.; Hauenstein, Jonathan D.; Vinzant, Cynthia: Computing complex and real tropical curves using monodromy (2019)
  10. Chen, Justin; Kileel, Joe: Numerical implicitization: a Macaulay2 package (2019)
  11. Christandl, Matthias; Gesmundo, Fulvio; Jensen, Asger Kjærulff: Border rank is not multiplicative under the tensor product (2019)
  12. Conradi, Carsten; Iosif, Alexandru; Kahle, Thomas: Multistationarity in the space of total concentrations for systems that admit a monomial parametrization (2019)
  13. Hao, Wenrui; Yang, Yong: Convergence of a homotopy finite element method for computing steady states of Burgers’ equation (2019)
  14. Hauenstein, Jonathan D.; Oeding, Luke; Ottaviani, Giorgio; Sommese, Andrew J.: Homotopy techniques for tensor decomposition and perfect identifiability (2019)
  15. Kosta, Dimitra; Kubjas, Kaie: Maximum likelihood estimation of symmetric group-based models via numerical algebraic geometry (2019)
  16. Ren, Yue; Martini, Johannes W. R.; Torres, Jacinta: Decoupled molecules with binding polynomials of bidegree ((n,2)) (2019)
  17. Sertöz, Emre Can: Computing periods of hypersurfaces (2019)
  18. Angelini, Elena; Bocci, Cristiano; Chiantini, Luca: Real identifiability vs. complex identifiability (2018)
  19. Angelini, Elena; Galuppi, Francesco; Mella, Massimiliano; Ottaviani, Giorgio: On the number of Waring decompositions for a generic polynomial vector (2018)
  20. Ayyildiz Akoglu, Tulay; Hauenstein, Jonathan D.; Szanto, Agnes: Certifying solutions to overdetermined and singular polynomial systems over (\mathbbQ) (2018)

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