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In Proceedings of the 35th Annual IEEE Symposium on Foundations of Computer Science, pp. 540–547. Los Alamitos, CA, IEEE Computer Society Press. Neff, C. , Reif, J. H. (1996). An efficient algorithm for the complex roots problem. J. Complexity, 12, 81–115. Pan, V. Y. (1987). Sequential and parallel complexity of approximate evaluation of polynomial zeros. Comput. Math. , 14, 591–622. Pan, V. Y. (May 1995a). Optimal (up to polylog factors) sequential and parallel algorithms for approximating complex polynomial zeros.

An efficient algorithm for the complex roots problem. J. Complexity, 12, 81–115. Pan, V. Y. (1987). Sequential and parallel complexity of approximate evaluation of polynomial zeros. Comput. Math. , 14, 591–622. Pan, V. Y. (May 1995a). Optimal (up to polylog factors) sequential and parallel algorithms for approximating complex polynomial zeros. In Proceedings of the 27th Annual ACM Symposium on Theory of Computing, pp. 741–750. New York, ACM Press. Pan, V. Y. (1995b). Deterministic improvement of complex polynomial factorization based on the properties of the associated resultant.

An O(nl+ ) algorithm for the complex root problem. In Proceedings of the 35th Annual IEEE Symposium on Foundations of Computer Science, pp. 540–547. Los Alamitos, CA, IEEE Computer Society Press. Neff, C. , Reif, J. H. (1996). An efficient algorithm for the complex roots problem. J. Complexity, 12, 81–115. Pan, V. Y. (1987). Sequential and parallel complexity of approximate evaluation of polynomial zeros. Comput. Math. , 14, 591–622. Pan, V. Y. (May 1995a). Optimal (up to polylog factors) sequential and parallel algorithms for approximating complex polynomial zeros.

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