1. Number theory [electronic resource] : an approach through history from Hammurapi to Legendre [1984]
- Book
- 1 online resource (375 pages) : illustrations.
- Preface
- Table of illustrations
- Abbreviations, basic references and notations
- Protohistory
- Fermat and his Correspondents
- Euler
- An Age of Transition: Lagrange and Legendre
- Additional bibliography and references
- Index nominum
- Index rerum.
- Preface
- Table of illustrations
- Abbreviations, basic references and notations
- Protohistory
- Fermat and his Correspondents
- Euler
- An Age of Transition: Lagrange and Legendre
- Additional bibliography and references
- Index nominum
- Index rerum.
2. Analytic number theory [2002]
- Book
- 1 online resource (xv, 408 pages).
The book includes several survey articles on prime numbers, divisor problems, and Diophantine equations, as well as research papers on various aspects of analytic number theory such as additive problems, Diophantine approximations and the theory of zeta and L-function. Audience: Researchers and graduate students interested in recent development of number theory.
The book includes several survey articles on prime numbers, divisor problems, and Diophantine equations, as well as research papers on various aspects of analytic number theory such as additive problems, Diophantine approximations and the theory of zeta and L-function. Audience: Researchers and graduate students interested in recent development of number theory.
3. The emergence of number [1987]
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- x, 222 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
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4. The emergence of number [1980]
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- 376 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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5. An illustrated theory of numbers [2017]
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- xv, 323 pages ; 29 cm
- Seeing arithmeticFoundations: The Euclidean algorithmPrime factorizationRational and constructible numbersGaussian and Eisenstein integersModular arithmetic: The modular worldsModular dynamicsAssembling the modular worldsQuadratic residuesQuadratic forms: The topographDefinite formsIndefinite formsIndex of theoremsIndex of termsIndex of namesBibliography.
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- Seeing arithmeticFoundations: The Euclidean algorithmPrime factorizationRational and constructible numbersGaussian and Eisenstein integersModular arithmetic: The modular worldsModular dynamicsAssembling the modular worldsQuadratic residuesQuadratic forms: The topographDefinite formsIndefinite formsIndex of theoremsIndex of termsIndex of namesBibliography.
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6. Introduction to number theory [2018]
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- xiv, 247 pages ; 23 cm.
Textbook, with answers to some exercises.
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Textbook, with answers to some exercises.
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- xix, 191 pages ; 24 cm.
- On Modular Relations (T Arai, K Chakraborty and S Kanemitsu)-- Figurate Primes and Hilbert's 8th Problem (T-X Cai, Y Zhang and Z-G Shen)-- Statistical Distribution of Roots of a Polynomial Modulo Prime Powers (Y Kitaoka)-- A Survey on the Theory of Universality for Zeta and L-Functions (K Matsumoto)-- Complex Multiplication in the Sense of Abel (K Miyake)-- Problems on Combinatorial Properties of Primes (Z-W Sun)--.
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- On Modular Relations (T Arai, K Chakraborty and S Kanemitsu)-- Figurate Primes and Hilbert's 8th Problem (T-X Cai, Y Zhang and Z-G Shen)-- Statistical Distribution of Roots of a Polynomial Modulo Prime Powers (Y Kitaoka)-- A Survey on the Theory of Universality for Zeta and L-Functions (K Matsumoto)-- Complex Multiplication in the Sense of Abel (K Miyake)-- Problems on Combinatorial Properties of Primes (Z-W Sun)--.
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- xiv, 603 p. ; 24 cm.
- Numbers.- Numbers.- Induction.- Euclid's Algorithm.- Unique Factorization.- Congruence.- Congruence classes and rings.- Congruence Classes.- Rings and Fields.- Matrices and Codes.- Congruences and Groups.- Fermat's and Euler's Theorems.- Applications of Euler's Theorem.- Groups.- The Chinese Remainder Theorem.- Polynomials.- Polynomials.- Unique Factorization.- The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra.- Polynomials in ?[x].- Congruences and the Chinese Remainder Theorem.- Fast Polynomial Multiplication.- Primitive Roots.- Cyclic Groups and Cryptography.- Carmichael Numbers.- Quadratic Reciprocity.- Quadratic Applications.- Finite Fields.- Congruence Classes Modulo a Polynomial.- Homomorphisms and Finite Fields.- BCH Codes.- Factoring Polynomials.- Factoring in ?[x].- Irreducible Polynomials.
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- Numbers.- Numbers.- Induction.- Euclid's Algorithm.- Unique Factorization.- Congruence.- Congruence classes and rings.- Congruence Classes.- Rings and Fields.- Matrices and Codes.- Congruences and Groups.- Fermat's and Euler's Theorems.- Applications of Euler's Theorem.- Groups.- The Chinese Remainder Theorem.- Polynomials.- Polynomials.- Unique Factorization.- The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra.- Polynomials in ?[x].- Congruences and the Chinese Remainder Theorem.- Fast Polynomial Multiplication.- Primitive Roots.- Cyclic Groups and Cryptography.- Carmichael Numbers.- Quadratic Reciprocity.- Quadratic Applications.- Finite Fields.- Congruence Classes Modulo a Polynomial.- Homomorphisms and Finite Fields.- BCH Codes.- Factoring Polynomials.- Factoring in ?[x].- Irreducible Polynomials.
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- xviii, 384 p. ; 25 cm.
- Fundamentals.- Divisibility.- Powers of Integers.- Floor Function and Fractional Part.- Digits of Numbers.- Basic Principles in Number Theory.- Arithmetic Functions.- More on Divisibility.- Diophantine Equations.- Some Special Problems in Number Theory.- Problems Involving Binomial Coefficients.- Miscellaneous Problems.- Solutions to Additional Problems.- Divisibility.- Powers of Integers.- Floor Function and Fractional Part.- Digits of Numbers.- Basic Principles in Number Theory.- Arithmetic Functions.- More on Divisibility.- Diophantine Equations.- Some Special Problems in Number Theory.- Problems Involving Binomial Coefficients.- Miscellaneous Problems.
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- Fundamentals.- Divisibility.- Powers of Integers.- Floor Function and Fractional Part.- Digits of Numbers.- Basic Principles in Number Theory.- Arithmetic Functions.- More on Divisibility.- Diophantine Equations.- Some Special Problems in Number Theory.- Problems Involving Binomial Coefficients.- Miscellaneous Problems.- Solutions to Additional Problems.- Divisibility.- Powers of Integers.- Floor Function and Fractional Part.- Digits of Numbers.- Basic Principles in Number Theory.- Arithmetic Functions.- More on Divisibility.- Diophantine Equations.- Some Special Problems in Number Theory.- Problems Involving Binomial Coefficients.- Miscellaneous Problems.
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11. Number theory with computer applications [1998]
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- xiii, 543 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
- 1. Introduction. 2. Divisibility and Primes. 3. Modular Arithmetic. 4. Fundamental Theorems of Modular Arithmetic. 5. Cryptography. 6. Primality Testing and Factoring. 7. Primitive Roots. 8. Applications. 9. Quadratic Congruences. 10. Applications. 11. Continued Fractions. 12. Factoring Methods. 13. Diophantine Approximations. 14. Diophantine Equations. 15. Arithmetical Functions and Dirichlet Series. 16. Distribution of Primes. 17. Quadratic Reciprocity Law 18. Binary Quadratic Forms. 19. Elliptic Curves. Appendix A: Mathematical Induction. Appendix B: Binomial Theorem. Appendix C: Algorithmic Complexity and O-notation. Answers and Hints. Index of Notation. Index.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780138018122 20160528
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780138018122 20160528
- 1. Introduction. 2. Divisibility and Primes. 3. Modular Arithmetic. 4. Fundamental Theorems of Modular Arithmetic. 5. Cryptography. 6. Primality Testing and Factoring. 7. Primitive Roots. 8. Applications. 9. Quadratic Congruences. 10. Applications. 11. Continued Fractions. 12. Factoring Methods. 13. Diophantine Approximations. 14. Diophantine Equations. 15. Arithmetical Functions and Dirichlet Series. 16. Distribution of Primes. 17. Quadratic Reciprocity Law 18. Binary Quadratic Forms. 19. Elliptic Curves. Appendix A: Mathematical Induction. Appendix B: Binomial Theorem. Appendix C: Algorithmic Complexity and O-notation. Answers and Hints. Index of Notation. Index.
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- Part I. Elementary Number Theory: 1. Prelude-- 2. Arithmetic functions and integer points-- 3. Congruences-- 4. Quadratic reciprocity and Fourier series-- 5. Sums of squares-- Part II. Fourier Analysis and Geometric Discrepancy: 6. Uniform distribution and completeness of the trigonometric system-- 7. Discrepancy and trigonometric approximation-- 8. Integer points and Poisson summation formula-- 9. Integer points and exponential sums-- 10. Geometric discrepancy and decay of Fourier transforms-- 11. Discrepancy in high dimension and Bessel functions-- References-- Index.
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(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107619852 20160616
- Part I. Elementary Number Theory: 1. Prelude-- 2. Arithmetic functions and integer points-- 3. Congruences-- 4. Quadratic reciprocity and Fourier series-- 5. Sums of squares-- Part II. Fourier Analysis and Geometric Discrepancy: 6. Uniform distribution and completeness of the trigonometric system-- 7. Discrepancy and trigonometric approximation-- 8. Integer points and Poisson summation formula-- 9. Integer points and exponential sums-- 10. Geometric discrepancy and decay of Fourier transforms-- 11. Discrepancy in high dimension and Bessel functions-- References-- Index.
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- xv, 256 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
- * On the greatest prime factor of some divisibility sequences by A. Akbary and S. Yazdani* A number field extension of a question of Milnor by T. Chatterjee, S. Gun, and P. Rath* Mixing rates of random walks with little backtracking by S. M. Cioaba and P. Xu* Additive and multiplicative functions with similar global behavior by J.-M. De Koninck and N. Doyon* Multidimensional sequences uniformly distributed modulo 1 created from normal numbers by J.-M. De Koninck and I. Katai* The index of $a$ modulo $p$ by A. T. Felix* Determining optimal test functions for bounding the average rank in families of $L$-functions by J. Freeman and S. J. Miller* Familles d'equations de Thue associees a un sous-groupe de rang 1 d'unites totalement reelles d'un corps de nombres by C. Levesque and M. Waldschmidt* Cyclicity of quotients of non-CM elliptic curves modulo primes by G. Meleleo* On the Euler Kronecker constant of a cyclotomic field, II by M. Mourtada and V. K. Murty* The generalized Dedekind determinant by M. R. Murty and K. Sinha* A remark on elliptic curves with a given number of points over finite fields by J. Parks* Recovering cusp forms on GL(2) from symmetric cubes by D. Ramakrishnan* Arithmetic nature of some infinite series and integrals by N. Saradha and D. Sharma* Points on varieties over finite fields in small boxes by I. E. Shparlinski* Bounds for the Lang-Trotter conjectures by D. Zywina.
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- * On the greatest prime factor of some divisibility sequences by A. Akbary and S. Yazdani* A number field extension of a question of Milnor by T. Chatterjee, S. Gun, and P. Rath* Mixing rates of random walks with little backtracking by S. M. Cioaba and P. Xu* Additive and multiplicative functions with similar global behavior by J.-M. De Koninck and N. Doyon* Multidimensional sequences uniformly distributed modulo 1 created from normal numbers by J.-M. De Koninck and I. Katai* The index of $a$ modulo $p$ by A. T. Felix* Determining optimal test functions for bounding the average rank in families of $L$-functions by J. Freeman and S. J. Miller* Familles d'equations de Thue associees a un sous-groupe de rang 1 d'unites totalement reelles d'un corps de nombres by C. Levesque and M. Waldschmidt* Cyclicity of quotients of non-CM elliptic curves modulo primes by G. Meleleo* On the Euler Kronecker constant of a cyclotomic field, II by M. Mourtada and V. K. Murty* The generalized Dedekind determinant by M. R. Murty and K. Sinha* A remark on elliptic curves with a given number of points over finite fields by J. Parks* Recovering cusp forms on GL(2) from symmetric cubes by D. Ramakrishnan* Arithmetic nature of some infinite series and integrals by N. Saradha and D. Sharma* Points on varieties over finite fields in small boxes by I. E. Shparlinski* Bounds for the Lang-Trotter conjectures by D. Zywina.
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The aim of this book is to serve as an introductory text to the theory of linear forms in the logarithms of algebraic numbers, with a special emphasis on a large variety of its applications. We wish to help students and researchers to learn what is hidden inside the blackbox ‚Baker's theory of linear forms in logarithms' (in complex or in $p$-adic logarithms) and how this theory applies to many Diophantine problems, including the effective resolution of Diophantine equations, the $abc$-conjecture, and upper bounds for the irrationality measure of some real numbers. Written for a broad audience, this accessible and self-contained book can be used for graduate courses (some 30 exercises are supplied). Specialists will appreciate the inclusion of over 30 open problems and the rich bibliography of over 450 references.
The aim of this book is to serve as an introductory text to the theory of linear forms in the logarithms of algebraic numbers, with a special emphasis on a large variety of its applications. We wish to help students and researchers to learn what is hidden inside the blackbox ‚Baker's theory of linear forms in logarithms' (in complex or in $p$-adic logarithms) and how this theory applies to many Diophantine problems, including the effective resolution of Diophantine equations, the $abc$-conjecture, and upper bounds for the irrationality measure of some real numbers. Written for a broad audience, this accessible and self-contained book can be used for graduate courses (some 30 exercises are supplied). Specialists will appreciate the inclusion of over 30 open problems and the rich bibliography of over 450 references.
15. Invitation to number theory [2017]
- Book
- 1 online resource.
Number theory is the branch of mathematics concerned with the counting numbers, 1, 2, 3, ... and their multiples and factors. Of particular importance are odd and even numbers, squares and cubes, and prime numbers. But in spite of their simplicity, you will meet a multitude of topics in this book: magic squares, cryptarithms, finding the day of the week for a given date, constructing regular polygons, pythagorean triples, and many more.In this revised edition, John Watkins and Robin Wilson have updated the text to bring it in line with contemporary developments. They have added new material on Fermat's Last Theorem, the role of computers in number theory, and the use of number theory in cryptography, and have made numerous minor changes in the presentation and layout of the text and the exercises.
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Number theory is the branch of mathematics concerned with the counting numbers, 1, 2, 3, ... and their multiples and factors. Of particular importance are odd and even numbers, squares and cubes, and prime numbers. But in spite of their simplicity, you will meet a multitude of topics in this book: magic squares, cryptarithms, finding the day of the week for a given date, constructing regular polygons, pythagorean triples, and many more.In this revised edition, John Watkins and Robin Wilson have updated the text to bring it in line with contemporary developments. They have added new material on Fermat's Last Theorem, the role of computers in number theory, and the use of number theory in cryptography, and have made numerous minor changes in the presentation and layout of the text and the exercises.
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16. Sequential experiments with primes [2017]
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- xi, 279 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm
- Forward.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Warming Up: Integers, Sequences, and Experimental Mathematics.- 3. Greatest Prime Factor Sequences.- 4. Conway's Subprime Function and Related Structures with a Touch of Fibonnacci Flavor.- 5. Going All Experimental - More Games and Applications.- Appendix 0.- Visualization.- Appendix 1.- Appendix 2.- Appendix 3.- References.
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- Forward.- 1. Introduction.- 2. Warming Up: Integers, Sequences, and Experimental Mathematics.- 3. Greatest Prime Factor Sequences.- 4. Conway's Subprime Function and Related Structures with a Touch of Fibonnacci Flavor.- 5. Going All Experimental - More Games and Applications.- Appendix 0.- Visualization.- Appendix 1.- Appendix 2.- Appendix 3.- References.
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18. Elementary number theory [2015]
- Book
- xvi, 393 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
- Introduction. Divisibility. Linear Diophantine Equations. Unique Factorization. Applications of Unique Factorization. Congruences. Fermat, Euler, Wilson. Cryptographic Applications. Order and Primitive Roots. More Cryptographic Applications. Quadratic Reciprocity. Primality and Factorization. Sums of Squares. Arithmetic Functions. Continued Fractions. Recent Developments. Appendices. Index.
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(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781498702683 20160618
- Introduction. Divisibility. Linear Diophantine Equations. Unique Factorization. Applications of Unique Factorization. Congruences. Fermat, Euler, Wilson. Cryptographic Applications. Order and Primitive Roots. More Cryptographic Applications. Quadratic Reciprocity. Primality and Factorization. Sums of Squares. Arithmetic Functions. Continued Fractions. Recent Developments. Appendices. Index.
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19. Professor Stewart's incredible numbers [2015]
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- 1 online resource (353 pages) : illustrations
- Numbers Small Numbers Zero and Negative Numbers Complex Numbers Rational Numbers Irrational Numbers Special Small Numbers Special Big Numbers Infinite Numbers Life, the Universe, and...
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- Numbers Small Numbers Zero and Negative Numbers Complex Numbers Rational Numbers Irrational Numbers Special Small Numbers Special Big Numbers Infinite Numbers Life, the Universe, and...
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- ix, 335 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
- Preface Gerhard Larcher, Friedrich Pillichshammer, Arne Winterhof and Chaoping Xing-- 1. Some highlights of Harald Niederreiter's work Gerhard Larcher, Friedrich Pillichshammer, Arne Winterhof and Chaoping Xing-- 2. Partially bent functions and their properties Ayca Cesmelioglu, Wilfried Meidl and Alev Topuzoglu-- 3. Applications of geometric discrepancy in numerical analysis and statistics Josef Dick-- 4. Discrepancy bounds for low-dimensional point sets Henri Faure and Peter Kritzer-- 5. On the linear complexity and lattice test of nonlinear pseudorandom number generators Domingo Gomez-Perez and Jaime Gutierrez-- 6. A heuristic formula estimating the keystream length for the general combination generator with respect to a correlation attack Rainer Gottfert-- 7. Point sets of minimal energy Peter J. Grabner-- 8. The cross-correlation measure for families of binary sequences Katalin Gyarmati, Christian Mauduit and Andras Sarkozy-- 9. On an important family of inequalities of Niederreiter involving exponential sums Peter Hellekalek-- 10. Controlling the shape of generating matrices in global function field constructions of digital sequences Roswitha Hofer and Isabel Pirsic-- 11. Periodic structure of the exponential pseudorandom number generator Jonas Kaszian, Pieter Moree and Igor E. Shparlinski-- 12. Construction of a rank-1 lattice sequence based on primitive polynomials Alexander Keller, Nikolaus Binder and Carsten Wachter-- 13. A quasi-Monte Carlo method for the coagulation equation Christian Lecot and Ali Tarhini-- 14. Asymptotic formulae for partitions with bounded multiplicity Pierre Liardet and Alain Thomas-- 15. A trigonometric approach for Chebyshev polynomials over finite fields Juliano B. Lima, Daniel Panario and Ricardo M. Campello de Souza-- 16. Index bounds for value sets of polynomials over finite fields Gary L. Mullen, Daqing Wan and Qiang Wang-- 17. Rational points of the curve yqn - y = gammaxqh+1 - alpha over Fqm Ferruh Ozbudak and Zulfukar Saygi-- 18. On the linear complexity of multisequences, bijections between Zahlen and number tuples, and partitions Michael Vielhaber.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107074002 20160618
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107074002 20160618
- Preface Gerhard Larcher, Friedrich Pillichshammer, Arne Winterhof and Chaoping Xing-- 1. Some highlights of Harald Niederreiter's work Gerhard Larcher, Friedrich Pillichshammer, Arne Winterhof and Chaoping Xing-- 2. Partially bent functions and their properties Ayca Cesmelioglu, Wilfried Meidl and Alev Topuzoglu-- 3. Applications of geometric discrepancy in numerical analysis and statistics Josef Dick-- 4. Discrepancy bounds for low-dimensional point sets Henri Faure and Peter Kritzer-- 5. On the linear complexity and lattice test of nonlinear pseudorandom number generators Domingo Gomez-Perez and Jaime Gutierrez-- 6. A heuristic formula estimating the keystream length for the general combination generator with respect to a correlation attack Rainer Gottfert-- 7. Point sets of minimal energy Peter J. Grabner-- 8. The cross-correlation measure for families of binary sequences Katalin Gyarmati, Christian Mauduit and Andras Sarkozy-- 9. On an important family of inequalities of Niederreiter involving exponential sums Peter Hellekalek-- 10. Controlling the shape of generating matrices in global function field constructions of digital sequences Roswitha Hofer and Isabel Pirsic-- 11. Periodic structure of the exponential pseudorandom number generator Jonas Kaszian, Pieter Moree and Igor E. Shparlinski-- 12. Construction of a rank-1 lattice sequence based on primitive polynomials Alexander Keller, Nikolaus Binder and Carsten Wachter-- 13. A quasi-Monte Carlo method for the coagulation equation Christian Lecot and Ali Tarhini-- 14. Asymptotic formulae for partitions with bounded multiplicity Pierre Liardet and Alain Thomas-- 15. A trigonometric approach for Chebyshev polynomials over finite fields Juliano B. Lima, Daniel Panario and Ricardo M. Campello de Souza-- 16. Index bounds for value sets of polynomials over finite fields Gary L. Mullen, Daqing Wan and Qiang Wang-- 17. Rational points of the curve yqn - y = gammaxqh+1 - alpha over Fqm Ferruh Ozbudak and Zulfukar Saygi-- 18. On the linear complexity of multisequences, bijections between Zahlen and number tuples, and partitions Michael Vielhaber.
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(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107074002 20160618
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