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Journal of symbolic computation v.90, 2019년, pp.124 - 148  

Using jointly geometry and algebra to determine RC-constructibility

Schreck, Pascal Mathis, Pascal
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    Abstract In most cases in geometry, applying analytic or algebraic tools on coordinates helps to solve some difficult problems. For instance, proving that a geometrical construction problem is solvable using ruler and compass is often impossible within a synthetic geometry framework. But in an analytic geometry framework, it is a direct application of Galois theory after performing triangularizations. However, these algebraic tools lead to a large amount of computation. Their implementation in modern Computer Algebra Systems (CAS) are still too time consuming to provide an answer in a reasonable time. In addition, they require a lot of memory space which can grow exponentially with the size of the problem. Fortunately, some geometrical properties can be used to setup the algebraic systems so that they can be more efficiently computed. These properties turn polynomials into new ones so as to reduce both the degrees and the number of monomials. The present paper promotes this approach by considering two corpora of geometric construction problems, namely Wernick's and Connely's lists. These lists contain about 280 problems. The purpose is to determine their status i.e. whether they are constructible or not with ruler and compass. Some of these problems had unknown status that will be settled in this paper. More generally, the status of all problems of these corpora are fully automatically given by an approach combining geometry and algebra.


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    Ruler and compass constructibility .   Triangle problems .   Geometric knowledge-based system .   Regular chains.  

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