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 [1]

QuocNam Tran.
Extended Newton's method for finding the roots of an arbitrary
system of equations and its applications.
In M. H. Hamza, editor, Proceedings of the Twelfth IASTED
International Conference: Applied Informatics. IASTED, 1994.
 [2]

QuocNam Tran.
Extended Newton's method for finding the roots of an arbitrary
system of equations and its applications.
Technical Report 9449, RISCLinz, J. Kepler Universität,
Linz, Austria, 1994.
 [3]

QuocNam Tran.
A hybrid symbolicnumerical method for tracing plane and space
algebraic curves.
In 11th European Workshop on Computational Geometry CG'95,
Linz, Austria, 1995. RISCLinz.
 [4]

QuocNam Tran.
A hybrid symbolicnumerical method for tracing surfacetosurface
intersections.
In A. H. M. Levelt, editor, Proceedings of ISSAC95, Montreal,
Canada, 1995. ACM.
 [5]

QuocNam Tran.
On the symbolicnumerical methods for finding the roots of an
arbitrary system of nonlinear algebraic equations.
In Proceedings of the First Asian Technology Conference in
Mathematics, ATCM95, Singapore, 1995.
 [6]

QuocNam Tran.
Extending newton's method for finding the roots of an arbitrary
system of equations and its applications.
International Journal of Modeling and Simulation, 1996.
to appear.
 [7]

QuocNam Tran.
A Hybrid SymbolicNumerical Approach in Computer Aided Geometric
Design (CAGD) and Visualization.
PhD thesis, Research Institute for Symbolic Computation (RISCLinz),
University of Linz, Austria, 1996.
 [8]

QuocNam Tran.
A hybrid symbolicnumerical method for tracing algebraic curves in
higher dimensions.
In ICCAM96 conference, Leuven, Belgium, 1996.
preprint.
 [9]

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Intersection of surfaces.
In The Seventh Mathematics of Surfaces, Dundee, U. K., 1996.
 [10]

QuocNam Tran.
A note on irreducible decomposition of algebraic sets and automatic
theorem proving.
preprint, 1996.
 [11]

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Extending dixon's resultant using pseudoinverse matrices.
Preprint, 1997.
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QuocNam Tran.
On the dimension of the irreducible components of an algebraic set.
Preprint, 1997.
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