The polynomial equations consisting of $n$ polynomials were here projected into $n$-dimension vector space, with each polynomial projected into the $n$-dimension vector. The polynomials are written as $\varphi 1,\varphi 2,\cdots ,\varphi n$, and the corresponding vectors as $v1,v2,\cdots ,vn$. In order to facilitate future calculations, the following projection principles were here adopted: Display Formula
$(1)(\phi i,\phi i)=(vi,vi),i=1,2,\cdots ,n(2)(\phi i,\phi j)=(vi,vj),i,j=1,2,\cdots ,n,i\u2260j(3)vi=(mi1,mi2,\cdots ,mii,0,\cdots ,0)T.$(1)
The vectors are integrated as matrix $M$Display Formula$M=[v1,v2,\cdots ,vn].$(2)