By Vladimir P. Gerdt, Wolfram Koepf, Werner M. Seiler, Evgenii V. Vorozhtsov

This ebook constitutes the court cases of the sixteenth foreign Workshop on computing device Algebra in medical Computing, CASC 2014, held in Warsaw, Poland, in September 2014. The 33 complete papers awarded have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen for inclusion during this book.

The papers deal with matters similar to experiences in polynomial algebra are represented by means of contributions dedicated to factoring sparse bivariate polynomials utilizing the concern queue, the development of irreducible polynomials through the use of the Newton index, genuine polynomial root discovering through matrix and polynomial iterations, program of the eigenvalue procedure with symmetry for fixing polynomial platforms bobbing up within the vibration research of mechanical constructions with symmetry homes, software of Gröbner platforms for computing the (absolute) aid variety of polynomial beliefs, the applying of cylindrical algebraic decomposition for fixing the quantifier removal difficulties, certification of approximate roots of overdetermined and singular polynomial structures through the restoration of an actual rational univariate illustration from approximate numerical info, new parallel algorithms for operations on univariate polynomials (multi-point assessment, interpolation) in response to subproduct tree techniques.

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Ws ] such that 1. Ws is nonzero 2. F0 = W0 + δ W1 + · · · + δ s Ws 3. W0 , W1 , . . , Wi are zero if, and only if there exists a diﬀerential fraction R and an index i < s such that F0 = δ i+1 R 4. The diﬀerential fractions W0 , δ W1 , . . , δ s Ws have ranks lower than or equal to that of F0 . Unfortunately, both these algorithms, as they are stated in [3], are ﬂawed, for they rely over an auxiliary algorithm, [3, Algorithm 2, integrateWithRemainder], which may not terminate over some inputs.

Presently we investigate ranked plurality elections (N, A, ( i )i∈N ) with pre-order relations i . t. the pre-order relation i . This leads to the relation-algebraic speciﬁcation D = scomp(P ; (π ∩ ρ), P ; (π ∩ ρ)), with π, ρ : A2 ↔ A as the ﬁrst and second projection relation of the direct product A2 , respectively. , [7]) are deﬁnitely not satisﬁed and which of them possibly may be (or even most likely are) satisﬁed, such that in the latter cases the chance of success of proofs is given. Acknowledgment.