PoSSo is a scientific
research and development project.
The project goal is to advance progress of symbolic computation tools for efficient solving of polynomial systems.
PoSSo stands for Polynomial System Solving.
From September 1993 to November 1995, PoSSo was an ESPRIT Basic Research contract with the Commission of the European Community (contract BRA 6846) coordinated by the University of Pisa which leads thirteen university teams in seven European countries. Besides the Pisa Team, the other partners involved in the PoSSo project are: Bath (UK), Genova (IT), Hagen and Kaiserslauten-Berlin (DE), Limoges, Nice, Paris, École Polytechnique and Rennes (FR), RISC-Linz (AT), Santander (ES), Stockholm (SE).
In contrast to the duration of the ESPRIT Project, the PoSSo project itself has a much longer history originating from long-term scientific cooperation. At the moment, the PoSSo project goes on as part of the ESPRIT project FRISCO which began in March 1996.
General information about the PoSSo project, its goals and its achieved results.
Links and references to the european teams involved in the PoSSo project.
Links and documents related to the PoSSo project and Computer Algebra.
Documentation of the PoSSo project and his products, how to get the PoSSo software tools, interactive demos.
SSH login for PoSSo project members.