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The definition of the LU factoring of a matrix usually requires that the matrix be invertible. Current software systems have extended the definition to non-square and rank-deficient matrices, but each has chosen a different extension. Two new extensions, both of which could serve as useful...
When first studying Macaulay's inverse systems (for this, see 2, p. 65ff first, then 3, page 37ff, and the excellent short exposition 1, page 66ff), one can easily fall for the mistake that this is a difficult to understand, artificial construction of little value. Subsequent applications, which...
This paper discusses plans for joint work in order to gain early feedback from the community. Three lines of work pursued independently so far shall be joined: (1) narrowing the gap between declarative program specification and program generation already working in Isabelle, (2) reusing work,...
We present here transalpyne, a scripting language, to be executed on top of a computer algebra system, that is specifically conceived for automatic transposition of linear functions. Its type system is able to automatically infer all the possible linear functions realized by a computer program....
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