Computing Limits of Quotients of Multivariate Real Analytic Functions

02/02/2021
by   Adam Strzebonski, et al.
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We present an algorithm for computing limits of quotients of real analytic functions. The algorithm is based on computation of a bound on the Lojasiewicz exponent and requires the denominator to have an isolated zero at the limit point.

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