Potential Users
Pisces will be potentially useful to:
 Researchers in

 Algebraic Geometry (real and complex algebraic varieties)
 Dynamical Systems (bifurcation surfaces, invariant manifolds)
 Differential Geometry (surfaces, curves, singularities)
 Differential Equations (DEs on manifolds, generation of
finite element meshes)
 Mathematical Biology (nonlinear models in physiology, epidemiology,
neurology)
 Mathematical Physics (equipotentials, caustics)
 Educators in

 Algebraic Geometry (real algebraic varieties)
 Differential Geometry (surfaces, curves, envelopes)
 Dynamical Systems (level sets, elementary bifurcations,
normal forms)
 Industrial Scientists

 ComputerAided Geometric Design (CAGD)
 Solid Modeling
 Optimization (solution manifolds for families
of nonlinear equations)
 Students in

 Algebraic Geometry
 Dynamical Systems
 Multivariable Calculus
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