Johannes Mittmann, Nitin Saxena, Peter Scheiblechner

A set of multivariate polynomials, over a field of zero or large characteristic, can be tested for algebraic independence by the well-known Jacobian criterion. For fields of other characteristic $p>0$, there is no analogous characterization known. In this paper we give the first such criterion. Essentially, it boils down to ... more >>>

Nitin Saxena

We survey the area of algebraic complexity theory; with the focus being on the problem of polynomial identity testing (PIT). We discuss the key ideas that have gone into the results of the last few years.

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Schur Polynomials are families of symmetric polynomials that have been

classically studied in Combinatorics and Algebra alike. They play a central

role in the study of Symmetric functions, in Representation theory [Sta99], in

Schubert calculus [LM10] as well as in Enumerative combinatorics [Gas96, Sta84,

Sta99]. In recent years, they have ...
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