@inproceedings{NewtonPolyhedraandEstimationtoExponentialSums,
publisher = {2nd IMT-GT Regional Conference on Mathematics, Statistics and Their Applications 2006},
title = {Newton Polyhedra and Estimation to Exponential Sums},
author = {Kamel Arifin Mohd Atan},
abstract = {The classical Newton polygon is a device for computing the fractional power series expansions of algebraic functions. Newton gave a number of examples of this process in his ”Method of Fluxions” which amount to a general method. However, it was not till much later that Puiseux proved that every branch of a plane algebraic curve defined by a polynomial equation f(x, y) = 0 has an expansionin a neighbourhood of a point (x0, y0) on the curve. In practice, the integers a, b and q can be read off from the Newton polygon and the coefficients cj can be determined successively with ever-increasing labour.},
country = {Malaysia},
year = {2006},
organization = {University of Science Malaysia},
}