- Algebra Seminar
- Monday, September 26, 2022 - 13:30 for 1 hour (actually 50 minutes)
- Clough 125 Classroom
- Thomas Yahl – TAMU – email@example.com
Polynomial systems can be effectively solved by exploiting structure present in their Galois group. Esterov determined two conditions for which the Galois group of a sparse polynomial system is imprimitive, and showed that the Galois group is the symmetric group otherwise. A system with an imprimitive Galois group can be decomposed into simpler systems, which themselves may be further decomposed. Esterov's conditions give a stopping criterion for decomposing these systems and leads to a recursive algorithm for efficient solving.