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3. Enumerative Real Algebraic Geometry
We consider the geometric analog of Question
1.1
, which is the motivating question of enumerative real algebraic geometry.
Question 3.1
In a given enumerative geometric problem, if the general figures are chosen to be real, how many of the solution figures can be real?
2.
Sparse Polynomial Systems
3.i.
Enumerative Real Algebraic Geometry
3.ii.
Problems not involving general conditions
3.iii.
The Stewart-Gough Platform
3.iv.
Real rational cubics through 8 points in
R
^{2}
3.v
Common tangent lines to Spheres in
R
^{n}
4.
Schubert Calculus
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