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Computer Algebra Group at SFU - Meetings and Colloquia
CAG Schedule for 2009February
11 Roman Pearce: Parallel Sparse Polynomial Multiplication. 18 Michael Monagan: Hilbert's Nullstellensatz and Graph k-colorability.March
4 Bojan Mohar: How to draw with a small number of crossings. 11 Mahdi Javadi: On factorization of multivariate polynomials over algebraic number and function fields.April
22 Suling Yang: Computing the greatest common divisor of multivariate polynomials over finite fields.May
6 Michael Monagan: The FFT and fast arithmetic in Z. 20 Michael Monagan: Polynomial multiplication and division.June
1 Paul Vrbik: Visualization of Homotopy's and their Properties. 10 Michael Monagan: Trager's algorithm for factorization over number fields. 17 Michael Monagan: Brown's dense modular GCD algorithm. 24 Michael Monagan: Zippel's sparse modular GCD algorithm and Wang's rational number reconstruction.July
17 Michael Monagan: Two fundamental problems in computational linear algebra. 24 CECM day '09 on computational mathematics. Roman Pearce: High Performance Computing on the Desktop. Robert Corless: Pseudospectra for Exponential Polynomial Matrices. Daniel Roche: Fast and Small: Multiplying Polynomials without Extra Space.July
6 Chelsea Richards: Algorithms for Factoring Square-Free Polynomials over Finite Fields.September
9 Paul Vrbik: Code generation for polynomial multiplication. 22-26 Workshop on Discovery and Experimentation in Number Theory, IRMACS, Simon Fraser. Michael Monagan: Computing cyclotomic polynomials of very large height and very small height.November
25 Michael Monagan: In-place arithmetic for univariate polynomials over an algebraic number field.
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