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Bibliography

1
G. Regensburger.
Boundary value problems for nonlinear first-order ODEs--constructing generalised solutions via the max-plus algebra.
Workshop on the Algebraic Theory of Differential Equations, Edinburgh, Scotland, August 2006.
2
G. Regensburger.
Max-plus linear algebra and nonlinear ordinary BVPs.
GAMM, Berlin, March 2006.
3
G. Regensburger.
Nonlinear first-order ordinary BVPs via max-plus interpolation.
SFB Status Seminar, Strobl, Austria, April 2006.
4
G. Regensburger.
Parametrizing orthonormal wavelets by moments.
Special Semester on Gröbner Bases Workshop D3: Gröbner Bases in Control Theory and Signal Processing, Linz, Austria, May 2006.
5
M. Rosenkranz.
Algebraic methods for differential equations and boundary value problems.
CNRS-NSF Symposium, Avignon, France, June 2006.
6
M. Rosenkranz.
A novel treatment of linear two-point boundary value problems.
GAMM, Berlin, March 2006.
7
M. Rosenkranz.
Symbolic computation with two-point boundary value problems.
Workshop on the Algebraic Theory of Differential Equations, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, August 2006.
8
M. Rosenkranz.
Using Gröbner bases for solving linear two-point boundary value problems.
Special Semester for Gröbner Bases / Workshop D2, Hagenberg, Austria, May 2006.
9
M. Rosenkranz and G. Regensburger.
Factorization and division in the realm of linear ordinary BVPs.
SFB Status Seminar, Strobl, Austria, April 2006.
10
J. Schicho and G. Regensburger.
Gröbner bases and identities in Witt rings.
Special Semester on Gröbner Bases Workshop D2: Gröbner Bases in Symbolic Analysis, Linz, Austria, May 2006.




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