Algorithmic Number Theory

7th International Symposium, ANTS-VII, Berlin, Germany, July 23-28, 2006, Proceedings

Author: Florian Hess

Publisher: Springer

ISBN:

Category: Mathematics

Page: 599

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 7th International Algorithmic Number Theory Symposium, ANTS 2006, held in Berlin, July 2006. The book presents 37 revised full papers together with 4 invited papers selected for inclusion. The papers are organized in topical sections on algebraic number theory, analytic and elementary number theory, lattices, curves and varieties over fields of characteristic zero, curves over finite fields and applications, and discrete logarithms.

Number Theory and Polynomials

Author: Chris Smyth

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN:

Category: Mathematics

Page: 349

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Contributions by leading experts in the field provide a snapshot of current progress in polynomials and number theory.

Logic, Language, Information and Computation

17th International Workshop, WoLLIC 2010, Brasilia, Brazil, July 6-9, 2010, Proceedings

Author: Anuj Dawar

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 259

View: 930

This volume contains the papers presented at WoLLIC 2010: 17th Workshop on Logic, Language, Information and Computation held during July 6–9, 2010, on the campus of Universidade de Bras ́ ?lia (UnB), Brazil. The Workshop on Logic, Language, Information and Computation (WoL- LIC) is an annual event, meeting every year since 1994, which aims at fostering interdisciplinary research in pure and applied logic. The idea is to have a forum which is large enough in the number of possible interactions between logic and the sciences related to information and computation, and yet is small enough to allow for concrete and useful interaction among participants. The present volume contains 13 contributed papers that were selected from among 32 submissions after a rigorous review by the Program Committee. Each submission was reviewed by at least two, and on average three, Program C- mittee members. This volume also containspapersor abstractsthat relateto the seven invited talks presented at the workshop. Between them, these papers give a snapshot of some fascinating work taking place at the frontiers between computation, logic, and linguistics. We are grateful to all the people who made this meeting possible and are responsible for its success: the members of the Program Committee and the external reviewers, the invited speakers, the contributors, and the people who were involved in organizing the workshop.

Recurrence Sequences

Author: Graham Everest

Publisher: American Mathematical Soc.

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 318

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Recurrence sequences are of great intrinsic interest and have been a central part of number theory for many years. Moreover, these sequences appear almost everywhere in mathematics and computer science. This book surveys the modern theory of linear recurrence sequences and their generalizations. Particular emphasis is placed on the dramatic impact that sophisticated methods from Diophantine analysis and transcendence theory have had on the subject. Related work on bilinear recurrences and an emerging connection between recurrences and graph theory are covered. Applications and links to other areas of mathematics are described, including combinatorics, dynamical systems and cryptography, and computer science. The book is suitable for researchers interested in number theory, combinatorics, and graph theory.

High Primes and Misdemeanours

Lectures in Honour of the 60th Birthday of Hugh Cowie Williams

Author: Hugh C. Williams

Publisher: American Mathematical Soc.

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 392

View: 490

This volume consists of a selection of papers based on presentations made at the international conference on number theory held in honor of Hugh Williams' sixtieth birthday. The papers address topics in the areas of computational and explicit number theory and its applications. The material is suitable for graduate students and researchers interested in number theory.

Recurrence Sequences

Author: Graham Everest

Publisher: American Mathematical Soc.

ISBN:

Category: Mathematics

Page: 318

View: 289

Recurrence sequences are of great intrinsic interest and have been a central part of number theory for many years. Moreover, these sequences appear almost everywhere in mathematics and computer science. This book surveys the modern theory of linear recurrence sequences and their generalizations. Particular emphasis is placed on the dramatic impact that sophisticated methods from Diophantine analysis and transcendence theory have had on the subject. Related work on bilinear recurrences and an emerging connection between recurrences and graph theory are covered. Applications and links to other areas of mathematics are described, including combinatorics, dynamical systems and cryptography, and computer science. The book is suitable for researchers interested in number theory, combinatorics, and graph theory.

Reachability Problems

6th International Workshop, RP 2012, Bordeaux, France, September 17-19, 2012. Proceedings

Author: Alain Finkel

Publisher: Springer

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 149

View: 636

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 6th International Workshop on Reachability Problems, RP 2012, held in Bordeaux, France, in September, 2012. The 8 revised full papers presented together with 4 invited talks were carefully reviewed and selected from 15 submissions. The papers present current research and original contributions related to reachability problems in different computational models and systems such as algebraic structures, computational models, hybrid systems, logic and verification. Reachability is a fundamental problem that appears in several different contexts: finite- and infinite-state concurrent systems, computational models like cellular automata and Petri nets, decision procedures for classical, modal and temporal logic, program analysis, discrete and continuous systems, time critical systems, and open systems modeled as games.