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1 online resource (ix, 273 pages : illustrations) 

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Series 
University Lecture Series, v. 64

Note 
Includes bibliographical references 

Chapter 1. Introduction Chapter 2. Fundamental examples of the polynomial method Chapter 3. Why polynomials? Chapter 4. The polynomial method in errorcorrecting codes Chapter 5. On polynomials and linear algebra in combinatorics Chapter 6. The Bezout theorem Chapter 7. Incidence geometry Chapter 8. Incidence geometry in three dimensions Chapter 9. Partial symmetries Chapter 10. Polynomial partitioning Chapter 11. Combinatorial structure, algebraic structure, and geometric structure Chapter 12. An incidence bound for lines in three dimensions Chapter 13. Ruled surfaces and projection theory Chapter 14. The polynomial method in differential geometry Chapter 15. Harmonic analysis and the Kakeya problem Chapter 16. The polynomial method in number theory 

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Electronic reproduction. Providence, Rhode Island : American Mathematical Society. 2016 

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Link 
Print version: Guth, Larry, 1977 Polynomial methods in combinatorics /
(DLC) 2016007729 10473998
9781470428907

Subject 
Combinatorial geometry


Polynomials


Geometry, Algebraic


Combinatorics  Extremal combinatorics  None of the above, but in this section. msc

