RT Book, Section
SR 00
A1 Rueda Pérez, Sonia Luisa
T1 Sparse differential resultant formulas: between the linear and the nonlinear case
YR 2013
FD 2013-07
SP 102
OP 106
AB A matrix representation of the sparse differential resultant is the basis for efficient computation algorithms, whose study promises a great contribution to the development and applicability of differential elimination techniques. It is shown how sparse linear differential resultant formulas provide bounds for the order of derivation, even in the nonlinear case, and they also provide (in many cases) the bridge with results in the nonlinear algebraic case.
A2 Galán García, José Luis
A2 Aguilera Venegas, Gabriel
A2 Rodríguez Cielos, Pedro
T2 Proceedings Applications of Computer Algebra 2013
PB ACA 2013
PP Málaga
SN 978-84-616-4565-7
AV Published
LK http://oa.upm.es/30920/