Counting solutions of a system of polynomial equations.

Miller Institute for basic research in science, Berkeley, Spring 1997.


This is a so-called lunch talk at the Miller Institute, for an audience consisting of physicists, chemists, biologists etc. You find here some approximation of what I have said at that talk, plus the transparancies. Somebody knowing some algebraic geometry should certainly not read these notes.

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