Automated Deduction in Geometry: Second International by Xiao-Shan Gao, Dongming Wang, Lu Yang (auth.)

By Xiao-Shan Gao, Dongming Wang, Lu Yang (auth.)

The moment foreign Workshop on automatic Deduction in Geometry (ADG ’98) used to be held in Beijing, China, August 1–3, 1998. a rise of curiosity in ADG ’98 over the former workshop ADG ’96 is represented through the extraordinary variety of greater than forty individuals from ten international locations and the robust tech- cal application of 25 shows, of which one-hour invited talks got via Professors Wen-tsun ¨ Wu and Jing-Zhong Zhang. The workshop supplied the individuals with a well-focused discussion board for e?ective alternate of recent principles and well timed record of study development. perception surveys, algorithmic advancements, and purposes in CAGD/CAD and desktop imaginative and prescient provided by way of lively - searchers, including geometry software program demos, make clear the positive aspects of this moment workshop. ADG ’98 was once hosted by means of the math Mechanization learn heart (MMRC) with ?nancial aid from the chinese language Academy of Sciences and the French nationwide middle for Scienti?c examine (CNRS), and was once equipped through the 3 co-editors of this complaints quantity. The papers inside the quantity have been chosen, less than a strict refereeing technique, from these offered at ADG ’98 and submitted afterwards. many of the 14 permitted papers have been conscientiously revised and a few of the revised models have been checked back by means of exterior reviewers. we are hoping that those papers hide essentially the most contemporary and signi?cant learn effects and advancements and re?ect the present cutting-edge of ADG.

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Elimination times for the special cases. 0 s While trying to eliminate one of the quantifiers redlog applies a heuristic to decrease the degree of the variables x and y. Namely, it replaces each occurrence of x2 , and y 2 by x and y respectively, adding the additional premise x > 0 ∧ y > 0. Finally the quantifier elimination fails. However, after the degree reduction qepcad is able to eliminate all universal quantifier. For the elimination it is necessary to give the quantifiers in the order ∀z∀y∀x.

First of all, by Wu’s elimination [25,26], we can reduce the system h1 (u, X) = 0, h2 (u, X) = 0, . . t. each gj (1 ≤ j ≤ t). So, under some nondegenerate conditions, we can reduce P S to some T S’s. ” Another situation we do have to handle is some T S’s reduced from P S may have real solutions with dimension greater than 0. In our present algorithm and program, we do not deal with this situation and if it occurs, DISCOVERER outputs a message and does nothing else. 6 Examples Many problems with various background can be formulated into system P S and can be solved by DISCOVERER automatically.

Dn (f ) is ν, then the number of the pairs of distinct conjugate imaginary roots of f (x) equals ν. Furthermore, if the number of non-vanishing members of the revised sign list is l, then the number of the distinct real roots of f (x) equals l − 1 − 2ν. 1 that is, let ti+r = (−1)[ r+1 ] 2 · si , r = 1, 2, . . , j − 1. 7 (Generalized Discrimination Matrix). Given two polynomials g(x) and f (x) where f (x) = a0 xn + a1 xn−1 + · · · + an , let 2 r(x) = rem(f g, f, x) = b0 xn−1 + b1 xn−2 + · · · + bn−1 .

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