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By Sergey Abrahamyan, Melsik Kyureghyan (auth.), Vladimir P. Gerdt, Wolfram Koepf, Ernst W. Mayr, Evgenii V. Vorozhtsov (eds.)

This publication constitutes the refereed complaints of the thirteenth foreign Workshop on machine Algebra in medical Computing, CASC 2011, held in Kassel, Germany, in September 2011. The 26 complete papers incorporated within the booklet have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from quite a few submissions. The articles are prepared in topical sections at the improvement of item orientated desktop algebra software program for the modeling of algebraic buildings as typed gadgets; matrix algorithms; the research by means of computing device algebra; the improvement of symbolic-numerical algorithms; and the applying of symbolic computations in utilized difficulties of physics, mechanics, social technology, and engineering.

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Ar (x) to compute γ (see (20)). (C ) We use no more than valx det Ar (x) + γ + v first terms of the entries of the matrices A0 (x), A1 (x), . . , Ar (x) to compute the first v terms of (21). This and Proposition 5 imply the following statement related to systems of the form (1) with invertible Ar (x). Proposition 6. Let γ be as in (20) and q = max{−γ, 0}. There exists an algorithm, that uses only the first rmq + γ + valx det Ar (x) + 1 terms of the entries of the matrices A0 (x), A1 (x), . . , Ar (x), and computes a ˜ nonzero polynomial I(λ) such that: ˜ – if I(λ) has no integer root then (1) has no solution in k((x))m \ {0}, – otherwise a solution of the truncation problem is given by the sequence al = rmq+γ +valx det Ar (x)+max{e∗ −e∗ +1, l+(rm−1)q} (l = 1, 2, .

Vs,k . These are 2-dimensional subsets of R3 . Figure 2 illustrates the above functions. Also in [2] it is shown that the Vq,k ’s and the Yp,j ’s “join properly”, in the sense that there exists just one Yp,j in the topological closure of each Vq,k (see Lemma 12 in [2]); in other words, that the situation suggested in Figure 2, right, is topologically correct. In our case, we need to prove also the following result. In this sense, we need to introduce the following notation: given Vq,k , Vq+1,k , real roots of M (x, y, t) over Sk,i , let Tq,k = {(x, y, t) ∈ R3 |Vq,k (x, t) < y < Vq+1,k (x, t), (x, t) ∈ Sk,i } Then the following lemma, which is proven in a similar way to Theorem 7 in [2], holds.

313 13 4 Offset to Two-Sheeted Hyperb. 328 3 5 Offset to One-Sheeted Hyperb. 484 3 The timing in Example 9 illustrates the complexity of the computations in the cases when the degrees of the intermediate polynomials are not significantly reduced when taking out multiple factors. 1 Special Cases We consider the following special cases: (1) N = 0, R = 0; (2) N = 0. One may see that in the first case, the only possibility is that N (x, t) does not explicitly depend on x. Thus, denoting B = {t ∈ R|N (t) = 0}, the following result holds: Topology of Families of Implicit Algebraic Surfaces 29 Fig.

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