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An Improved Complexity Bound for Computing the Topology of a Real Algebraic Space Curve

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Abstract

We propose a new algorithm to compute the topology of a real algebraic space curve. The novelties of this algorithm are a new technique to achieve the lifting step which recovers points of the space curve in each plane fiber from several projections and a weaken notion of generic position. As opposed to previous work, our sweep generic position does not require that x-critical points have different x-coordinates. The complexity of achieving this sweep generic position is thus no longer a bottleneck in term of complexity. The bit complexity of our algorithm is O(d^18 + d ^17 t) where d and t bound the degree and the bitsize of the integer coefficients of the defining polynomials of the curve and polylogarithmic factors are ignored. To the best of our knowledge, this improves upon the best currently known results at least by a factor of d 2 .
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hal-03469996 , version 1 (08-12-2021)

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Jin-San Cheng, Kai Jin, Marc Pouget, Junyi Wen, Bingwei Zhang. An Improved Complexity Bound for Computing the Topology of a Real Algebraic Space Curve. 2021. ⟨hal-03469996⟩
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