Algorithms in Real
by Saugata Basu, Richard Pollack, Marie-Françoise Roy
Second edition 2008
version bpr-ed2-posted2 from 3/08/2011
Algorithms in Real Algebraic Geometry)
by Fabrizio Caruso,
written in Maxima
with contributions from Richard Leroy, Alexandre Le Meur, Marie-Francoise Roy
version from 1/09/2011
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