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Bibliography

1
T. Beck.
Computational Formal Desingularization of Surfaces in $P_C^3$.
Magma 2006, Berlin, Germany, 30.07.06-02.08.06, 2006.
2
T. Beck and J. Schicho.
Parametrization of Algebraic Curves Defined by Sparse Equations.
10th RWCA, Basel, Switzerland, March 2006.
3
B. Moore.
Polynomial equations solving in the context of parallel mechanisms.
Workshop on Algebraic Geometry and Singularities, Obergurgl, Austria, September 2006.
4
B. Moore.
Robotics and sum of squares.
Workshop on Algebraic Spline Curves and Surfaces, Eger, Hungary, May 2006.
5
J. Pilnikova.
Finding rational points on severi-brauer surfaces.
University of Sydney, September 9, 2004, September 2004.
6
J. Pilnikova.
On Lie Algebras arising from Schubert varieties.
Department semiar, University of Trento, Italy, October 2006.
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J. Pilnikova, J. Schicho, W. A. de Graaf, and M. Harrison.
Racionalna parametrizacia severi-brauerovych ploch.
Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia, 2005.
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S. Ratschan.
Approximate quantified constraint solving.
University of North Carolina, September 1998.
9
S. Ratschan.
Solving first-order constraints based on continuous constraint satisfaction techniques.
Talk at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne, September 2001.
10
J. Schicho.
A survey on quantifier elimination.
University of Innsbruck, June 1998.
11
J. Schicho and M. Harrison.
Rational parametrizations for degree 6 Del Pezzo surfaces using lie algebras.
International Symposium of Algorithmic and Algebraic computation, Genua, 2006.
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I. Szilágyi.
Local parametrization of cubic surfaces.
University of Debrecen, Hungary, April 2004.
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I. Szilágyi.
Numerical stability of surface implicitization.
University of Debrecen, Hungary, December 2004.




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