MPSolve stands for Multiprecision Polynomial SOLVEr. It aims to provide an easy to use universal blackbox for solving polynomials and secular equations.
Its features include: - Arbitrary precision approximation. - Guaranteed inclusion radii for the results. - Exploiting of polynomial structures: it can take advantage of sparsity as well as coefficients in a particular domain (i.e. integers or rationals). - It can be specialized for specific classes of polynomials. As an example, the roots of the Mandelbrot polynomial of degree 2,097,151 were computed in about 10 days on a dual Xeon server.