Groberner Bases
Bernd Sturmfels
University of California, Berkeley
September 11,
4:15pm
refreshments at 3:45pm
Applied Math Colloquium
2105
ABSTRACT

Gr\"obner bases are a general purpose method in symbolic computation for
polynomials in several variables. They have many applications throughout
the mathematical sciences. This talk gives an introduction to Gr\"obner
bases, by illustrating three such applications: Linear integer
programming, solving polynomial systems by eigenvalue methods, symbolic
analysis of linear partial differential equations with polynomial
coefficients.

Speaker's Contact Info: bernd(atsign)math.berkeley.edu
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