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Daniel Keren

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Solving a System Part of Which is Fixed
Posted: Dec 10, 1996 12:35 PM
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I need to solve many sets of algebraic equations. Each
one consists of five equations in five unknowns. Three
of the equations are of degree four, the other two of
degree two.

The three equations of degree four, however, are fixed;
that is, the only difference between two different
sets of equations is that the two second-order equations
are different.

Can this help to solve the systems, assuming I can do a
lot of pre-processing on the three equations which
are always the same?

Also, I am interested only in real solutions whose absolute
value is bounded by 1.

Many thanks,

-Danny Keren.





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