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Robust Geometric Computation

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Robust Geometric Computation
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Publisher: New York University

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Contents: Introduction to Geometric Nonrobustness; Modes of Numerical Computation; Geometric Computation; Arithmetic Approaches; Geometric Approaches; Exact Geometric Computation; Perturbation; Filters; Algebraic Background; Zero Bounds; Numerical Algebraic Computing; Newton Methods; Curves; Surfaces.

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