This is the first book to present an uptodate and selfcontained account of Algebraic Complexity Theory that is both comprehensive and unified. Requiring of the reader only some basic algebra and offering over 350 exercises, it is wellsuited as a textbook for beginners at graduate level. With its extensive bibliography covering about 500 research papers, this text is also an ideal reference book for the professional researcher. The subdivision of the contents into 21 more or less independent chapters enables readers to familiarize themselves quickly with a specific topic, and facilitates the use of this book as a basis for complementary courses in other areas such as computer algebra.

Authors: Burgisser P., Clausen M., Shokrollahi M.A.  Pages: 323 Year: 1997 
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