__Tropical Curves__

Curves are dimension-one objects. One naturally expects curves to be present when the number of variables exceeds the number of equations or constraints by one, and when it does, we call this a complete intersection. When the intersection is complete, the number of equations is at least the number of variables. The twisted cubic is an example of such a curve -- an incomplete intersection.

I have written Matlab code using Bertini to compute tropical curves. You can access it here.

There are some computed examples demonstrating the code in the examples page.

There are some computed examples demonstrating the code in the examples page.