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  1. Problems in Analytic Number Theory (Graduate Texts in Mathematics / Readings in Mathematics) by M. Ram Murty, 2007-12-18
  2. Modular Functions and Dirichlet Series in Number Theory (Graduate Texts in Mathematics) by Tom M. Apostol, 1997-05-22
  3. Analytic Number Theory (Colloquium Publications, Vol. 53) (Colloquium Publications (Amer Mathematical Soc)) by Henryk Iwaniec, Emmanuel Kowalski, 2004-04
  4. Number Theory in Function Fields by Michael Rosen, 2002-01-08
  5. Introduction to Analytic and Probabilistic Number Theory (Cambridge Studies in Advanced Mathematics) by G. Tenenbaum, 1995-06-30
  6. Fractal Geometry and Number Theory by Michel L. Lapidus, Machielvan Frankenhuysen, 1999-12-10
  7. Prime Numbers: A Computational Perspective by Richard Crandall, Carl Pomerance, 2005-08-04
  8. Elements of Number Theory by John Stillwell, 2002-12-13
  9. Elements of the Theory of Numbers by Thomas P. Dence, Joseph B. Dence, 1999-02-15
  10. Analytic Number Theory (Clay Mathematics Proceedings)
  11. Excursions in Number Theory (Dover Books Explaining Science) by C. Stanley Ogilvy, 1988-11-01
  12. Unsolved Problems in Number Theory (Problem Books in Mathematics / Unsolved Problems in Intuitive Mathematics) by Richard K. Guy, 2004-07-13
  13. Elementary Number Theory by Charles Vanden Eynden, 2006-02-15
  14. Number Theory: An approach through history from Hammurapi to Legendre (Modern Birkhäuser Classics) by André Weil, 2006-12-22

61. Number Theory - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
number theory. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Traditionally, number theory is History of number theory. The theory of numbers
Number theory
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Traditionally, number theory is that branch of pure mathematics concerned with the properties of integers and contains many open problems that are easily understood even by non-mathematicians. More generally, the field has come to be concerned with a wider class of problems that arose naturally from the study of integers. Number theory may be subdivided into several fields according to the methods used and the questions investigated. See for example the list of number theory topics The term " arithmetic " is also used to refer to number theory. This is a somewhat older term, which is no longer as popular as it once was. Nevertheless, the term remains prevalent e.g. in the names of mathematical fields (arithmetic algebraic geometry and the arithmetic of elliptic curves and surfaces). This sense of the term arithmetic should not be confused with the branch of logic which studies arithmetic in the sense of formal systems. In elementary number theory , the integers are studied without use of techniques from other mathematical fields. Questions of

62. Fields Institute - Conference In Number Theory - 2003
Conference in number theory in Honour of Professor HC Williams. Saturday May 24, 2003 to Friday May 30, 2003 to be held at The Banff
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Conference in Number Theory in Honour of Professor H.C. Williams
Saturday May 24, 2003 to Friday May 30, 2003
to be held at The Banff Centre , Banff, Alberta, Canada
Sponsored by
The Fields Institute, The Number Theory Foundation RSA Security Inc.
CISaC ... Conference Proceedings
Organizing Committee
Michael Jacobson, Calgary
Renate Scheidler, Calgary
Jon Sorenson, Butler Andreas Stein, UIUC
Gary Walsh, Ottawa
The conference is open to all areas of Number Theory, with emphasis on Computational Number Theory and applications to Cryptography. Researchers in these fields of study are welcomed to participate, as we honour Canada's foremost computational number theorist, whose contributions include results on integer factorization, primality testing, diophantine equations, linear recurrences, the infrastructure of quadratic number fields and function fields, and their applications to Cryptography. Each day of the conference will include one plenary lecture, a number of invited lectures and time has been set aside each day for contributed talks.
Special Lecture
Manindra Agrawal from IITK, who has recently proved the existence of a deterministic polynomial time algorithm for primality testing, will give a special evening lecture at the Banff Center on Sunday May 25, 2003, with a reception to follow in his honour sponsored by RSA Security Inc.

63. MathTools V2.4.3
Mathematical routines by Bhuvanesh Bhatt for the TI89/92+/V200 in Algebra, number theory, Statistics and applications.
Math routines for the TI-89/92+/V200
Linear Algebra, Polynomials, Calculus, Statistics, Special Functions, Vector Analysis, and more Version: 2.4.3 Author: Bhuvanesh Bhatt (
A Computer Algebra System (CAS) is a kind of mathematical software that enables you to use a computer to manipulate mathematical expressions. A CAS has symbolics, numerics, graphics, programming, and typesetting capabilities, and usually also data import/export. CAS’s are used in many fields such as mathematics, physics, chemistry, engineering, computer science, computational biology, economics, and education. The TI-68k devices (TI-89, TI-92 Plus, and Voyage 200) are the most advanced calculators available today. Once you have learned a topic, you can use the TI-68k CAS to automate some or all of your work, so that you can concentrate on more advanced and/or abstract topics without worrying about calculational errors. The TI-68k are also invaluable when learning a topic, since they allow you to explore the topic in many ways. One problem with the TI-68k is that a lot of commonly used functions are not built-in. MathTools aims to bridge that gap, mainly in the area of mathematics. One of my goals in maintaining MathTools and its extensive documentation is to introduce people to the beauty of mathematics. MathTools mainly consists of TI-Basic functions, but there are also TI-Basic programs, math programs and utilities written in C, and a Flash application.

64. Fields Institute - Canadian Number Theory Association
Canadian number theory Association VIII Meeting June 2025, 2004, Toronto. The approx. Group name Canadian number theory Association .
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Canadian Number Theory Association VIII Meeting
June 20-25, 2004, Toronto
The next meeting of the Canadian Number Theory Association, CNTA VIII, will be held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada during the week of June 20-26, 2004. It will take place at the on the campus of the University of Toronto.
Conference organizers:
John Friedlander (Toronto)
Cameron Stewart (Waterloo)
Website Update - Schedules posted
Invited talks

Contributed talks
Supported by
The Number Theory Foundation

The Fields Institute

Faculty of Arts and Science, University of Toronto
... Toronto Resources The Canadian Number Theory Association (CNTA) was founded in 1987 at the International Number Theory Conference at Laval University. The purpose of the CNTA is to enhance and promote learning and research in Number Theory, particularly in Canada. To advance these goals the CNTA organizes major international conferences, with the aim of exposing Canadian students and researchers to the latest developments in number theory. The previous meetings have been held in Banff (1988), Vancouver (1989), Kingston (1991), Halifax (1994), Ottawa (1996), Winnipeg (1999) and Montreal (2002). These have been high quality conferences which have had wide participation of the international number theory community.

65. Springer Verlag - Your Publishers Of Books, Journals, And Electronic Media
David Joyner, editor. Proceedings of the 'Conference on Coding Theory, Cryptography, and number theory' held at the U.S. Naval Academy during October 2526, 1998

66. Tools On Number Theory
Tools on number theory Web. About TNT; Tools on number theory Web Links; TNT Mailing List; TNT ftp site; archive of TNT Mailing List;
Department of Mathematics
Tokyo Metropolitan University
Tools on Number Theory Web

Maintained by YONEZAWA, Yumi and NAKAMULA, Ken , Dept of Math, Tokyo Metropolitan University , Suggestions for additions or improvements are welcome.
Contact me by email at Please report problems with this web to $Date: 2004/01/11 11:03:51 $+ 9:00:00 (JST)

67. Functiones Et Approximatio
(Adam Mickiewicz University) Special attention to analysis (in a broad sense) and number theory. Tables of contents and abstract from vol.29 (2001) on.

68. Number Theory -- From MathWorld
number theory. A vast and function. Excellent introductions to number theory may be found in Ore (1988) and Beiler (1966). The classic
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MATHWORLD - IN PRINT Order book from Amazon Number Theory General Number Theory
Number Theory A vast and fascinating field of mathematics, sometimes called "higher arithmetic," consisting of the study of the properties of whole numbers. Primes and prime factorization are especially important in number theory, as are a number of functions such as the divisor function Riemann zeta function , and totient function . Excellent introductions to number theory may be found in Ore (1988) and Beiler (1966). The classic history on the subject (now slightly dated) is that of Dickson (1952). The great difficulty required to prove relatively simple results in number theory prompted no less an authority than Gauss to remark that "it is just this which gives the higher arithmetic that magical charm which has made it the favorite science of the greatest mathematicians, not to mention its inexhaustible wealth, wherein it so greatly surpasses other parts of mathematics." Gauss, often known as the "prince of mathematics," called mathematics the "queen of the sciences,"' and considered number theory the "queen of mathematics" (Beiler 1966, Goldman 1997). Abstract Algebra Additive Number Theory Algebraic Number Theory Analytic Number Theory ... search
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69. Nico Benschop Homepg: Powersums, Fermat, Waring, Goldbach, Cantor; State Machine
A compendium of papers by Nico F. Benschop on abstract algebra, number theory, computer science and physics.
Welcome to the homepage of
Nico F. Benschop
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- - - - - - - And the E xplorative . D iscovery . S pirit goes on ... ;-) - - - - - - - Home email: Mail('n.benschop') . . AmSpade Research Edouard Manet (1882): Chrystal vase + clematis > Some WWWisdom cookies and quotes
(beware: with sci.math Core ;-) about: Curiosity and Search "An open mind is a joy forever " Inertia " Climbing Mount Prejudice " Generalize "If a problem is too hard, generalize it " Simplify " We have to fight uphill to rediscover the obvious " Coincidence " Life is fighting entropy " My CV Work Play ff finite fun . . (reflections in the finite)* Intuition : . . Even if you don't see it, you still can smell it ! - - - "Remembering Claude Shannon" - - - (NB: 28-july-2002) Fermat, Waring, Goldbach -:- view Arithmetic as Function composition (semigroups) :
. . . Additive Number Theory : hard problems, solved via semigroups Z(.) mod m_k , and . . . The sawtooth of Evolution :
Child's arithmetic
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70. Notes On Elementary Number Theory
Notes on Elementary number theory. These are links to PostScript files containing notes for various topics in elementary number theory.
Notes on Elementary Number Theory
These are links to PostScript files containing notes for various topics in elementary number theory. My favorite text (and one I've used since the first edition) is Kenneth Rosen's Elementary Number Theory and Its Applications . The lecture notes follow the book fairly closely in the order of the topics. A couple of differences worth noting: I'm using a backward recurrence due to S. P. Glasby for the Extended Euclidean Algorithm, and the proof of quadratic reciprocity is due to J. S. Frame. Glasby's backward recurrence is particularly good for hand (but not necessarily machine ) computation. The current edition of Rosen's book (the 4-th edition) has a few misprints, but is pretty good. The exercises continue to be excellent, and I like the brief biographies of mathematicians mentioned in the exposition. The elementary treatment of topics (no abstract algebra required) means that the course does not have heavy prerequisites; I can expect 1020 students when we offer it every other year.

71. Math Applets: IntegerZone And TenBlocks
TenBlocks turns the times tables into a series of puzzles. IntegerZone lets users explore aspects of arithmetic and number theory using the integers themselves as the interface.
The Java programming language creates opportunities that have not previously existed - it is a high-level language, with a freely distributed development kit and run-time engine. By writing code in the form of Java applets, distributing code to users is as easy as getting them to view a web page, and they can execute your code at little or no risk to their own system, because of Java's built in security features.
The IntegerZone presents the set of integers as a resizeable and scrollable rectangular grid, and presents a menu of different interaction modes, each one demonstrating or testing different aspects of arithmetic and number theory.
presents the multiplication table as a series of simple puzzles: for each multiplication problem, present it as a grid of squares of the corresponding height and width, and require the user to fill it in with blocks of ten squares of two basic shapes, until there are less than ten squares left unfilled. The hardest one seems to be 9 times 9, because you can only have one square left over when you are finished.
To download both applets for use on a home or school computer, see the

72. Elementary Number Theory -- A Lightning Course
Elementary number theory A Lightning Course. number theory is the mathematical study of the integers and their generalizations.
UIC Honors Seminar in Cryptography Spring, 2002
Elementary Number Theory A Lightning Course
Number theory is the mathematical study of the integers and their generalizations. The portion of number theory needed to understand the basic public key algorithms is elementary and dates back to the work of Pierre de Fermat and Leonhard Euler.

Integers and rational numbers.
An integer is a positive or negative whole number, or zero. A rational number is a positive or negative fraction, or zero.
Prime numbers and composite numbers.
A prime number is an integer n with no divisors other than 1 and n. A composite number is an integer which is not prime.
The first few prime numbers are 2,3,5,7,11,13,....
There are infinitely many prime numbers. (This result is due to Euclid.
Lists of prime numbers can be constructed by a process called the Sieve of Eratosthenes, described in a University of Utah Math 216 Problem Set.
Any positive integer can be written in only one way (up to order) as a product of powers of prime numbers. 12=(3)(2)(2) and 124=(2)(2)(31) This result was proved carefully by Gauss in his Disquisitiones Arithmeticae. Writing an integer as a product of primes is called

73. Niederreiter, Harald
National University of Singapore Numerical analysis, pseudorandom numbers, quasi-Monte-Carlo methods, cryptology, finite fields, applied algebra, algorithms, number theory, coding theory.

74. Discovering Number Theory
Discovering number theory is a textbook by John Jones and Jeff Holt published by WH Freeman and Company. Requests for examination
Discovering Number Theory is a textbook by John Jones and Jeff Holt published by W. H. Freeman and Company Requests for examination copies of the materials should go directly to the publisher. Visit this W.H. Freeman page and you should find a link which you can use to request a copy of the book. W.H. Freeman is starting a web page with materials for the book . It is in the process of being updated. Development of these course materials was supported by the NSF under grant Revitalizing Undergraduate Number Theory Chart showing chapter dependencies
Course Basics
The basic operation of the course is as follows. (This is also explained in the first day handout below.)
  • Each chapter starts with the pre-lab sheet. It contains background, exercises to be worked by hand, and may mention the larger questions which will be taken up in the computer lab. Each student turns in their individual answers to pre-lab questions the following class, which is . . .
  • The next 2-3 classes are held in the lab. Students work through the lab notebooks in teams of two. Each notebook contains "Research questions" and "Exercises". Exercises are intended to be straightforward while research questions are not. Typically, the research questions will require experimentation, forming of conjectures, and proofs. We expect students to make varying degrees of progress on these questions.

75. Macquarie University - ICS
Interests Security techniques for wired and wireless networks, fixed and mobile distributed applications, practical quantum cryptography, Cryptography and Information Security, Computational number theory, Algebraic and Combinatorial Algorithms.

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76. The Canadian Number Theory Association
The Canadian number theory Association. In 1987, the first (zeroth) meeting of the Canadian number theory Association (CNTA) was
The Canadian Number Theory Association
In 1987, the first (zero-th) meeting of the Canadian Number Theory Association (CNTA) was held at Universite de Laval in Quebec City. Since then there have been several more meetings of CNTA in different locations across Canada, on a somewhat regular basis. The association itself is a loosely defined group of individuals in Canada (and abroad) who are actively doing research in Number Theory and related areas of Mathematics and Computer Science. Unofficial Members
Canadian Number Theory Groups and Activities

Past and Future Conferences



77. Number Theory Web (Japanese Site)
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78. Vignettes On Automorphic And Modular Forms, Representations, L-functions, And Nu
By Paul Garrett.
Vignettes on automorphic forms, representations,
L-functions, and number theory
Notes home this page updated 19 Jan 04 Also: functional analysis Buildings notes algebra
  • holomorphic discrete series updated 04 Mar 04] ... Proving (for Sp(n,R) and U(p,q)) the apparently apocryphal result that for sufficiently high lowest K-type rho the universal holomorphic discrete series (g,K)-module with lowest K-type rho is irreducible. This implies that rho determines the isomorphism class of the (g,K)-module, and also that the whole representation space is the tensor product of the enveloping algebra U(p+) with rho. The latter freeness property is essential in a treatment of Maass-Shimura operators.
  • von Neumann density theorem updated 10 Jan 04] ... A one-page proof, not entangled with anything else.
  • Unitary representations of topological groups updated 02 Jan 04] ... Basics, emphasizing discrete series, compact quotients, integration-theory methods.
  • GL(2) over a finite field updated 17 Jan 04] ... Very simple illustration of irreducibility of principal series, Jacquet modules, uniqueness of Whittaker models, Mackey-Bruhat orbit decomposition, Gelfand-Graev involution method. (dumb errors fixed Jan 2004, but SL(2) part not done. Toy Weil/oscillator representation stuff to be added.)

79. Number Theory
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80. Number Theory Group, Oxford
number theory Group. Members, publications, meetings.
The Number Theory Group
Mathematical Institute Oxford University
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  • Number Theory Web
  • SECANTS (South of England Computational and Algorithmic Number Theory Seminars) visitors since 17th February, 2003 This page last modified by Tim Browning
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