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Wiener path integral most probable path determination: A computational algebraic geometry solution treatment



A computational algebraic geometry technique for determining nonlinear normal modes of structural systems



Wiener path integral most probable path determination: A computational algebraic geometry solution treatment


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10.1016/J.IJNONLINMEC.2021.103757

A computational algebraic geometry technique for determining nonlinear normal modes of structural systems



Dealing with Degeneracies in Automated Theorem Proving in Geometry



The loss surface of deep linear networks viewed through the algebraic geometry lens



Tensor theta norms and low rank recovery



Recognition and Analysis of Image Patterns Based on Latin Squares by Means of Computational Algebraic Geometry



Algebraic Methods in the Design of Experiments



Decomposing the Parameter Space of Biological Networks via a Numerical Discriminant Approach


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10.20944/PREPRINTS201907.0095.V1

Computational Algebraic Geometry and Quantum Mechanics: An Initiative toward Post-Contemporary Quantum Chemistry


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10.1109/IEEECONF44664.2019.9048788

Algebraic Geometry Based Design for Generalized Sidelobe Canceler



Using Machine Learning to Improve Cylindrical Algebraic Decomposition



Integration-by-parts reductions of Feynman integrals using Singular and GPI-Space



Fidelidad en el uso de app para la resolución de ecuaciones diferenciales



Convex Relaxations for Consensus and Non-Minimal Problems in 3D Vision



A computational algebraic geometry approach to analyze pseudo-random sequences based on Latin squares


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10.1080/00207179.2018.1457226

A linear algebra method to decompose forms whose length is lower than the number of variables into weighted sum of squares



Unmixing the Mixed Volume Computation


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