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  1. Elementary Number Theory by James K. Strayer, 2001-12-06
  2. Introduction to Number Theory by William W. Adams, Larry Joel Goldstein, 1976-05

141. Bernstein, D. J.
University of Illinois, Chicago Computer hardware, Data structures, Fast arithmetic, number theory, Networking
http://cr.yp.to/djb.html
D. J. Bernstein
Mathematics and computer science
Computer hardware : chip speed, buying computers , etc.
Data structures and program structures
cdb , etc.
UNIX
daemontools , filesystem layout, etc.
Time
Computing everything in essentially linear time : multapps survey, etc.
Fast arithmetic
djbfft mult benchmarks , etc.
Authenticators and signatures
a state-of-the-art signature system , etc.
Integer factorization
factoring circuits , etc.
More number-theoretic computations
primegen , etc.
More mathematics
: reviews, Putnam solutions, etc. TCP/IP ucspi-tcp SYN cookies , etc.
Internet publication
djbdns the IPv6 mess publicfile , etc.
Internet mail
reference manual qmail , etc. Internet surveys Bibliography entries call to action ... notes on writing papers , etc.
Law and public policy
Bernstein v. United States Fighting patents Dear Ms. Tarzian , etc. Placing items into the public domain Software user's rights Post hoc ergo propter hoc
Communicating with cr.yp.to
Mailing lists at cr.yp.to Internet reader's rights Mirrors and translations ... servers
About the author
Positions : employers, grants, time commitments

142. Title Details - Cambridge University Press
Home Catalogue A Panorama of number theory or The View from Baker s Garden. Related Areas A Panorama of number theory or The View from Baker s Garden.
http://titles.cambridge.org/catalogue.asp?isbn=0521807999

143. Frequently Asked Questions
number theory section of the sci.math FAQ list.
http://www.cs.unb.ca/~alopez-o/math-faq/node21.html#SECTION00400000000000000000
This web site has moved to http://db.uwaterloo.ca/~alopez-o/

144. NTS
number theory seminar . Wednesday 430pm530pm at 117 4/21(?) ?() A mean value theorem
http://www.ms.u-tokyo.ac.jp/~t-saito/daikoro.html
Wednesday 4:30pm-5:30pm at 117
  • 6/2 W. Niziol (Univ. of Utah), A proof of the Semi-stable Conjecture.

終わったもの

145. (Israel) Ben Gurion University Of The Negev
number theory and Algebraic Geometry Research Group. Members, research interest, seminars.
http://www.math.bgu.ac.il/~efrat/resgroup.html
BEN GURION UNIVERSITY OF THE NEGEV
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
P.O. Box 653, Be'er-Sheva 84105, ISRAEL
Number Theory and Algebraic Geometry Research Group
Eitan Bachmat
PhD: MIT 1994
Main Research Interests: Arakelov theory, Hilbert modular varieties
E-mail: ebachmat@cs.bgu.ac.il Daniel Berend
PhD: The Hebrew University of Jerusalem 1982
Main Research Interests (in Number Theory): distribution modulo 1 (especially density modulo 1), Diophantine approximations, some classes of Diophantine equations
E-mail: berend@black.bgu.ac.il Amnon Besser
PhD: Tel Aviv University 1993
Main Research Interests: number theory, arithmetic geometry, p-adic integration, p-adic cohomology, Shimura varieties, automorphic forms, algebraic cycles, algebraic K-theory.
E-mail: bessera@math.bgu.ac.il Ido Efrat
PhD: Tel-Aviv University 1990 Main Research Interests: Galois theory, field arithmetic, structure of canonical Galois groups, valuation theory E-mail: efrat@math.bgu.ac.il Nadya Gurevich PhD: Weizman Institute 2000 Main Research Interests: automorphic forms, representation theory E-mail: ngur@math.bgu.ac.il

146. Algebraic Number Theory
Algebraic number theory Algebraic number theory. Math 676.dvi; Math 676.ps.gz Math 676.pdf v2.01; August 14, 1996; first version on the web; 144p.
http://www.jmilne.org/math/CourseNotes/math676.html
Algebraic Number Theory
Algebraic Number Theory
Math 676.dvi
Math 676.ps.gz

Math 676.pdf
v2.01; August 14, 1996; first version on the web; 144p.
v2.10; August 31, 1998; fixed many minor errors; added exercises and index; 140p.
Contents
  • Preliminaries From Commutative Algebra Rings of Integers Dedekind Domains; Factorization The Finiteness of the Class Number The Unit Theorem Cyclotomic Extensions; Fermat's Last Theorem Valuations; Local Fields Global Fields
  • Solutions for the exercises 676sltn.dvi
    The final exam for the course 676exam.dvi Errata

    147. Wagstaff - Samuel S. Wagstaff, Jr.
    Professor Wagstaff obtained his Ph.D. in mathematics at Cornell University in 1970. He has worked in Computational number theory ever since then. In 1983, he joined the faculty of the Department of Computer Sciences at Purdue University.
    http://www.cerias.purdue.edu/coast/precis/node16.html

    148. Number Theory At The University Of Vienna
    number theory. There is a further number theory group led by Werner Georg Nowak which is located at the University of Agricultural Sciences at Vienna.
    http://www.mat.univie.ac.at/Groups/Schoissengeier.html
    Number Theory
    The following faculty members are actively engaged in this field of mathematics:
    • Christoph Baxa's research interests are uniform distribution, continued fractions and Diophantine approximation. He also takes an active interest in connections of number theory to symbolic logic, particularly in Hilbert's 10th problem.
      baxa@ap.univie.ac.at
      is honorary professor at the department. He spent most of his professional career in Jena (Germany) and is probably best known for his prolific research into lattice point problems.
      ekkehard.kraetzel@univie.ac.at
      research is centered around uniform distribution with emphasis on the discrepancies of special sequences. He feels at home in various parts of number theory and has taught elementary, analytic and algebraic number theory as well as Diophantine approximation.
      hannes.schoissengeier@univie.ac.at
      Leonhard Summerer received his Ph.D. in 1997 for a thesis in Diophantine approximation. He continues his research in this field, has twice spent a term at the University of Colorado at Boulder and has been an assistant at the
      leonhard.summerer@univie.ac.at

    149. Number Theory Foundation
    Aims to collect donations from supporters of number theory and to disburse these donations to encourage research.
    http://www.math.uiuc.edu/ntf/

    Selected Past Grants
    Application Procedure The Number Theory Foundation (NTF) is an organization whose aim is to collect donations from supporters of number theory and to disburse these donations to encourage research, purchase computing equipment connected with research, help sponsor appropriate conferences, and work to foster a spirit of cooperation and goodwill among the family of number theorists. The NTF does not seek to be the sole sponsor of projects, but rather to share in their support. Contributors of substantial donations to the NTF have the opportunity to decide which area or areas of number theory they wish to support and to specify how the support should be made: individuals, computational projects, conferences, or all of these. Right now our supporters have directed available funds toward activities in computational and combinatorial number theory, and also toward general number theory conferences. Some examples of recent grants are listed in Selected Past Grants The NTF is at present a very small foundation and does not have the resources to singlehandly underwrite costly undertakings. We hope that grants from us can be used to help leverage support from other sources. The NTF prefers that its conference grants be used for junior attendees who do not have other support, and that the grants be applied for and administered by the conference itself, not by individual participants.

    150. Number Theory
    More detailed description on the research in number theory. The recent research works of Assoc.prof Keijo Vnnen and Doc. number theory Web.
    http://cc.oulu.fi/~mathdept/numbt.htm
    More detailed description on the research in number theory
    The recent research works of Assoc.prof Keijo Vnnen and Doc. Tapani Matala-aho consider mainly diophantine approximation properties of hypergeometric-, q-hypergeometric- and theta series. By using Siegel's method and Pad approximations irrationality and linear independence results have been enlarged and improved both in the archimedian and p-adic metrics. In a joint work of Bundschuh (Kln, Germany) and Vnnen the ideas from Siegel's method were combined with Pad approximations of certain infinitive products to obtain some interesting linear independence results with good measures. These investigations are planned to continue.
    Number Theory Web

    151. Number Theory Group
    number theory Group. Welcome to the home page for the number theory Group at the Department of Mathematics of University of Turku.
    http://www.math.utu.fi/research/numbertheory/
    Number Theory Group
    Welcome to the home page for the Number Theory Group at the Department of Mathematics of University of Turku
    The number theoretic research at the university of Turku was initiated by late professor Kustaa Inkeri
    The main fields of research are
    algebraic number theory
    analytic number theory At the moment the Number Theory Group consists of nine researchers. The leaders of the group are professors Matti Jutila and . For the members of the group and their publications, see personnel

    152. FUNDAMENTAL NUMBER THEORY WITH APPLICATIONS
    FUNDAMENTAL number theory WITH APPLICATIONS. Richard A. Mollin. If you want to give an introductory number theory course at any level, then this text is for you.
    http://www.math.ucalgary.ca/~ramollin/fnt2.html
    FUNDAMENTAL NUMBER THEORY WITH APPLICATIONS
    Richard A. Mollin
    ISBN#: 0-8493-3987-1
    Order electronically:
    TABLE OF CONTENTS:
    BRIEF OVERVIEW:
    If you want to give an introductory number theory course at any level, then this text is for you. The applications to computer science, especially cryptography, are rich and extensive, ranging from computer arithmetic to an elementary presentation of the elliptic curve factoring method. There are also optional applications to algebraic number theory. A human touch is given by the more than 70 biographies of mathematicians, which are woven through the text as footnotes. The text is exercise-rich, with over 740 problems, ranging from the routine to the more difficult star problems, and all odd numbered exercises are solved in detail at the end of the text. To aid the instructor who adopts the text for a course, a solutions manual for the even numbered exercises is available free of charge. There are over 270 examples illustrating and motivating all topics covered, as well as 9 appendices chock-full of information ranging from set theory to Cunningham factorizations, and new records. The index has over one thousand entries to ensure maximum ease in extracting information. Ron Evans, who is using the text in a course at UCSD, has commented: "Both the student and the instructor alike will be impressed with the quality, variety and number of stimulating exercises.

    153. INI Programme ERN
    Isaac Newton Institute, Cambridge; 5 January to 7 July 2000.
    http://www.newton.cam.ac.uk/programs/old_progs/ERN/ern.html
    @import url(/css/prog-non_n4.css); Institute Home Page
    Programmes

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    Programme Home

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    Additional Links Contacts
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    Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences
    Ergodic Theory, Geometric Rigidity and Number Theory
    5 January to 7 July 2000 Organisers : A Katok ( Penn State ), G Margulis ( Yale ), M Pollicott ( Manchester
    Programme theme
    The central scientific theme of this programme is the recent development of applications of ergodic theory to other areas of mathematics. In particular, the connections with geometry, group actions and rigidity, and number theory. The potential of ergodic theory as a tool in number theory was revealed by Furstenberg's proof of Szemerdi's theorem on arithmetic progressions. Foremost amongst the recent contributions to number theory is the solution of the Oppenheim Conjecture, a problem on quadratic forms which had been open since 1929, and the Baker-Spindzuk conjectures in the metric theory of diophantine approximations. Of equal importance is the role of ergodic theory in geometry and the rigidity of actions. The seminal result in this direction is the Mostow rigidity theorm. In recent years there have been diverse results, including rigidity results for higher rank abelian groups, and results on the classification of geodesic flows on manifolds of non-positive curvature.

    154. Algebra And Number Theory At PSU
    Penn State Algebra and number theory Gauss Ramanujan This is the webpage for Penn State s group in algebra and number theory. number theory Web Have fun!
    http://www.math.psu.edu/vstein/alg/antheory/numtheory.html

    155. Analytic Number Theory
    Analytic number theory. Cetraro (Cosenza) July 1019, 2002. Course directors Prof. C. Viola (Universit di Pisa) viola@dm.unipi.it Prof.
    http://www.math.unifi.it/~cime/Courses/2002/02.html
    Analytic Number Theory Cetraro (Cosenza) July 10-19, 2002 Course directors:
    viola@dm.unipi.it

    perelli@dima.unige.it

    Lectures:
    Prof. John Friedlander
    Univ. of Toronto (Canada) Producing Prime Numbers via Sieve Methods
    (4 lectures)

    frdlndr@utsc.utoronto.ca

    Prof. John Friedlander
    Univ. of Toronto (Canada) Exponential Sums, Uniform Distribution and
    Cryptographic Applications (2 lectures)
    frdlndr@utsc.utoronto.ca Prof. Roger Heath-Brown Oxford University (England) Counting Rational Points on Algebraic Varieties (6 lectures) rhb@maths.ox.ac.uk Prof. Henryk Iwaniec Rutgers University, New Jersey, (USA) Automorphic L-Functions (6 lectures) iwaniec@math.rutgers.edu Prof. Jerzy Kaczorowski Poznan Un. (Poland) Axiomatic Theory of L-Functions: the Selberg Class (6 lectures) CIME activity is supported by Ministero degli Affari Esteri - Direzione Generale per la Promozione e la Cooperazione - Ufficio V, Ente Cassa di Risparmio, INdAM and E.U. under the Training and Mobility of Researchers Programme.

    156. ESF - HTTP Error: 404 - Not Found
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    157. Petersburg Department Of Steklov Institute Of Mathematics
    The mathematics institute of Russian Academy of Sciences, consisting of 11 laboratories mathematical physics, geometry and topology, number theory, algebra, mathematical analysis, mathematical physics, mathematical problems of physics, mathematical problems of statistical physics, statistical methods, representation theory and computing mathematics, mathematical problems of geophysics.
    http://www.pdmi.ras.ru/
    contact information about the name of the institute HISTORY ACTIVITIES ... Tete-a-Tete in Russia program Petersburg Department of Steklov Institute of Mathematics belongs to Department of Mathematics of Russian Academy of Sciences This server is maintained by the webmasters of PDMI. Send comments to webmaster@pdmi.ras.ru From 9 Nov 2001 you are

    158. Index
    University of San Diego, 1620 December 2000.
    http://math.ucsd.edu/~wntc/
    WESTERN NUMBER THEORY CONFERENCE HOMEPAGE
    Year 2000 Conference Information
    Sat. evening, Dec.16 - Wed. morning, Dec. 20
    ORGANIZERS:
    Stan Gurak, USD
    Jane Friedman, USD
    David Cantor, CCR
    Ron Evans, UCSD Email contact:
    David Cantor ( dgc@ccrwest.org
    Last updated: October 5, 2000

    159. Seminar.html
    number theory Seminar meetings.
    http://www2.ucsc.edu/people/richter/seminar/seminar.html
    Number Theory Seminar
    Schedule for the Number Theory Seminar: Winter 2000
    Time: 3:30 pm
    Room: JBEB 358
    Speaker: Zhengyu Mao (Rutgers University)
    Title: Theta correspondence and relative trace formulas ( Abstract
    Time: 3:30 pm
    Room: JBEB 358
    Speaker: Olav Richter (UC Santa Cruz)
    Title: Theta functions of quadratic forms ( Abstract
    1/26 (Wednesday)
    Time: 2:30 pm
    Room: JBEB 360
    Speaker: Winfried Kohnen (University of Heidelberg)
    Title: Class numbers of imaginary quadratic fields
    2/08 (Tuesday)
    Time: 12:00 pm
    Room: JBEB 358
    Speaker: Farshid Hajir (California State University, San Marcos and UC Los Angeles)
    Title: On the Tate-Shafarevich groups of certain CM elliptic curves ( Abstract
    Time: 3:30 pm
    Room: JBEB 358
    Speaker: Geoffrey Mason (UC Santa Cruz)
    Title: Group representations and Varieties - An example ( Abstract
    Time: 3:30 pm
    Room: JBEB 358
    Speaker: David Carlton (Stanford University)
    Title: Moduli for Pairs of Elliptic Curves with Isomorphic N-torsion ( Abstract
    Schedule for the Number Theory Seminar: Spring 2000
    TBA Return to the Math Department Please send any suggestions and comments to richter@math.ucsc.edu

    160. Charles Doran - Mathematics: Columbia University
    Columbia University. Geometry, mathematical physics, number theory.
    http://www.math.columbia.edu/~doran

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