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         Number Theory:     more books (100)
  1. Student's Solutions Manual to accompany Elementary Number Theory by David M. Burton, 2005-09-26
  2. Elementary Number Theory by David M. Burton, 2005-12-01
  3. Number Theory (Dover Books on Advanced Mathematics) by George E. Andrews, 1994-10-12
  4. Student's Solutions Manual to Accompany Elementary Number Theory and Its Applications by Bart Goddard, Kenneth H. Rosen, 2005-04
  5. Elementary Number Theory by Gareth A. Jones, Josephine M. Jones, 1998-07-31
  6. A Classical Introduction to Modern Number Theory (Graduate Texts in Mathematics) by Kenneth Ireland, Michael Rosen, 1998-08-01
  7. An Introduction to the Theory of Numbers (Oxford Science Publications) by G. H. Hardy, E. M. Wright, 1980-04-17
  8. Introduction to Analytic Number Theory (Undergraduate Texts in Mathematics) by Tom M. Apostol, 1998-05-28
  9. An Introduction to the Theory of Numbers by Ivan Niven, Herbert S. Zuckerman, et all 1991-01
  10. Friendly Introduction to Number Theory, A (3rd Edition) by Joseph H. Silverman, 2005-03-31
  11. Fundamentals of Number Theory by William J. LeVeque, 1996-02-07
  12. Multiplicative Number Theory I: Classical Theory (Cambridge Studies in Advanced Mathematics) by Hugh L. Montgomery, Robert C. Vaughan, 2006-12-11
  13. 1001 Problems in Classical Number Theory by Jean-marie De Koninck, Armel Mercier, 2007-04-10
  14. Elementary Theory of Numbers (Dover Books on Advanced Mathematics) by William J. LeVeque, 1990-06-01

161. Instructional Conference On Algebraic Number Theory
HarishChandra Research Institute, Allahabad, India; 825 November 2000.
HRI Main Page Mathematics
Advanced Instructional Workshop on Algebraic Number Theory
(with special reference to Elliptic Curves)
(November 8 25, 2000)
This workshop will be followed by an International Conference on Number Theory from November 26 to November 29, 2000.
Useful Links: Local Coordinators:
  • Dr. S. D. Adhikari.
    Cabin No. 3, Phone No. (O) 2017, (R) 4017 e-mail:
  • Dr. B. Ramakrishnan Cabin No. 6, Phone No. (O) 2019, (R) 4019 e-mail:
Organizing Committee HRI Math Page HRI Main Page Last modified: Sun Nov 5 03:01:50 IST 2000 by Shripad

162. Algebra And Number Theory At Boston University
Algebra and number theory Research Group. Members, research interests, seminars, courses.
The Algebra and Number Theory Group
at Boston University
    Faculty and graduate students.
Graduate program information
    A link to the Mathematics Department's graduate program web page.
Seminar series
    Information on the Algebra seminars.
Algebra courses
Back to previous page. Back to BU math page.

163. Probability Theory As Extended Logic
A monumental online book by the late E. T. Jaynes on Bayesian inference. Also has a number of related articles by other authors.
Probability Theory As Extended Logic
Last Modified Edwin T. Jaynes was one of the first people to realize that probability theory, as originated by Laplace, is a generalization of Aristotelian logic that reduces to deductive logic in the special case that our hypotheses are either true or false. This web site has been established to help promote this interpretation of probability theory by distributing articles, books and related material. As Ed Jaynes originated this interpretation of probability theory we have a large selection of his articles, as well as articles by a number of other people who use probability theory in this way:
  • E. T. Jaynes: Amazon here in the US. It is also available directly from Cambridge. and from Amazon in the UK. We still have a selection of Dr. Jaynes' articles , and the first three chapters from Jaynes' book on probability theory are now online as a pdf file or as a postscript file. A typed publication quality version of his unpublished book titled "Probability Theory, With Applications in Science and Engineering" that was being prepared for publication in the mid 1970's is available.

164. Knowledge Discovery And Data Mining Theory And Practice
Reviews some of the underlying technologies and some recent applications in a number of fields. Features table of contents and ordering. By M.A. Bramer. 001

165. Random Number Generators >> Home
A server on the theory and practice of random number generation.
Home Contact Theory and Practice of Random Number Generation About Us Generators Links Literature ... Tests This server is maintained by a team of mathematicians and computer scientists led by Peter Hellekalek at the Mathematics Department . of the University of Salzburg We present results and links for this fundamental tool in stochastic simulation and in applied cryptography, some of them due to our own research in this field. Enjoy the data and allow for necessary incompleteness and subjectivity (an unmoderated but richer collection of network-resouces on random number generators is located on this server as part of the WWW Virtual Library A short tour of the information we offer:
  • About Us
    On this page, we provide information on our team. Generators
    We discuss different types of random number generators and some of their properties. Links
    We provide rather extensive links to people, software and related sites. Literature
    On this page, you will find references to articles and books that we consider helpful and worth reading.

166. Cryptography And Information Security / Information Security And Cryptography Re
Interests Informationtheoretic cryptography, Secure distributed computation, Public-key cryptography and digital signatures, number-theoretic and algebraic cryptography, Zero-knowledge protocols, Complexity theory
Home Research Publications Teaching ... Links Information Security and Cryptography Research Group
top row, left to right: Ueli Maurer Martin Hirt Jesper Buus Nielsen
middle row, left to right: Renato Renner
bottom row, left to right: Bartosz Przydatek Krzysztof Pietrzak Thomas Holenstein
Mission Statement
Information is becoming a crucial if not the most important resource of the economy and the society at large. Information differs radically from other resources; for instance, it can be copied without cost, it can be communicated at the speed of light, and it can be destroyed without leaving traces. This poses new challenges for the protection of this new resource and of intellectual property in general. Information security, in particular cryptography, is an enabling technology that is vital for the development of the information society. Our missions are
  • to contribute to understanding the foundations of, and finding practical solutions for, known and emerging information security problems,
  • to foresee and identify future issues in information security

167. Newberry Library
An independent research library and educational institution located in Chicago, Illinois, USA. Strengths include genealogy, European exploration and settlement of the Americas; the American West; literature and history of the Midwest; Native American history and literature; the Renaissance; the French Revolution; Portuguese and Brazilian history; British literature and history; the history of cartography; the history and theory of music; the history of printing; and early philology and linguistics. The collections number 1,500,000 printed titles, five million manuscript pages, and more than 300,000 historic maps. Research affiliation Research Library Group.

168. Color Theory Overview & Tutorial: Color, Creativity, Code: Worqx
Essays on a number of aspects of the theory of colors and the aesthetics of color combinations.
Color Overview
During my studies, I learned that there were 2 main reasons why scholars investigated color. The first involved the communication of colors, the other involved the application of color. What is red? Candy apple red, blood red, catsup red, rose red... to try and communicate a specific hue is difficult without some sort of coding system. Early in the 1900's, Albert Munsell, a professor at an art school in Boston developed a color system which offered a means to name colors. With a published system, people could be specific about which red they were referring to. Munsell's system has been reworked for today's use with the Pantone color system, TRUEMATCH or CIE systems and others.
With respect to the arts, color was part of the realistic, visual representation of form. But one group of painters abandoned the traditional practices regarding color in painting. This group of artists were influenced by Cezanne, Van Gogh, and Gauguin. Led by Henri Matisse, they were known as the Fauves, or "the wild beasts." Their exuberant use of brilliant hues seem to disregard imitative color. Whereas other artists had used color as the description of an object, the Fauves let color become the subject of their painting. A painting in the "Fauvist Manner" was one that related color shapes, rather than unifying a design with line. Compositions sought an expressiveness within the relationships of the whole. This turn from tradition brought an integrity to color in that color was regarded on its own merit, and is evident in Matisse's cutout explorations.

169. English School Of International Relations Theory
Professor Barry Buzan hosts the home page of the reconvened English School approach to the study of International Relations, including an extensive bibliography of works related to the English School and a number of recent conference papers.

170. Chebyshev
Work on prime numbers included the determination of the number of primes not exceeding a given number, wrote an important book on the theory of congruences, proved that there was always at least one prime between n and 2n for n 3.
Pafnuty Lvovich Chebyshev
Born: 16 May 1821 in Okatovo, Russia
Died: 8 Dec 1894 in St Petersburg, Russia
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Pafnuty Chebyshev 's parents were Agrafena Ivanova Pozniakova and Lev Pavlovich Chebyshev. Pafnuty was born in Okatovo, a small town in western Russia, west of Moscow. At the time of his birth his father had retired from the army, but earlier in his military career Lev Pavlovich had fought as an officer against Napoleon's invading armies. Pafnuty Lvovich was born on the small family estate into a upper class family with an impressive history. Lev Pavlovich and Agrafena Ivanova had nine children some of whom followed in their father's military tradition. Let us say a little about life in Russia at the time Pafnuty Lvovich was growing up. There was a great deal of national pride in the country following the Russian defeat of Napoleon, and their victory led to Russia being viewed by other European countries with a mixture of fear and respect. On the one hand there was those in the country who viewed Russia as superior to other countries and argued that it should isolate itself from them. On the other hand, educated young Russians who had served in the army had seen Europe, learned to read and speak French and German, knew something of European culture, literature, and science, and they argued for a westernisation of the country. Pafnuty Lvovich's early education was at home where both his mother and his cousin Avdotia Kvintillianova Soukhareva were his teachers. From his mother he learnt the basic skills of reading and writing, while his cousin acted as a governess to the young boy and taught him French and arithmetic. Later in life Pafnuty Lvovich would greatly benefit from his fluency in French, for it would make France a natural place to visit, French a natural language in which to communicate mathematics on an international stage, and provide a link with the leading European mathematicians. All was not easy for the young boy, however, for with one leg longer than the other he had a limp which prevented him from taking part in many of the normal childhood activities.

171. Experiential Learning & Experiential Education
Offers a large number of articles relating to this educational theory.
Experiential Learning
James Neill
Last updated:
18 May 2004 INTRODUCTION Experiential learning Experiential education Experiential educators
... Scale of experientiality
OTHER RESOURCES Experiential Quotes FAQs Further resources What's New?

172. Probability Theory In Linguistics
Workshop held in Washington, DC, by the Linguistic Society of America, covering probabilistic approaches to a number of subfields. Handouts available in PDF format.
Probability Theory in Linguistics
Handouts of the LSA-2001 Symposium
Linguistic Society of America, Washington D.C., January 6th 2001
Organized by Rens Bod Jennifer Hay and Stefanie Jannedy
Introduction to Probability Theory in Linguistics by Rens Bod Probabilistic Approaches to Acquisition by Michael Brent Probabilistic Approaches to Phonology by Janet Pierrehumbert Probabilistic Approaches to Morphology by Harald Baayen Probabilistic Approaches to Syntax by Christopher Manning

173. Voyager Mission
Old news articles from 1996 to 2000 on space, mars and UFO theory. Many broken links, but a number still work.
"To Boldly Go Where Others Have Gone Before...."
Now Hear This Ship's Library Astrophysics Lab Planetary Lab Art
... Bridge
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174. Philosophical Hermeneutics
This volume provides thoughtful answers to a surprisingly large number of significant questions in the rhetoric of science and in rhetorical theory generally. Unlike most anthologies, there is no issue of continuity in this one. It contains treatments of the field's most central issues and has a group of wellknown authors who, in fact, have helped to define the field. It should have a wide readership because of its topical interest, its attention to basic theoretical issues, and its presentation of high quality academic debate. Philosophy Search
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Philosophical Hermeneutics See Gadamer RHETORICAL HERMENEUTICS Invention and Interpretation in the Age of Science edited by Alan G. Gross and William M. Keith Speech Communication SUNY $19.95, paper, 295 pages, notes, index 0-7914-3110-X hardcover: 0-7914-3102-6 It is a habit of our time to invoke rhetoric, time and again, to make sense of a wide variety of discursive practices that beset and perplex us, and of discursive artifacts that annoy and entertain us, and of discursive formations that inscribe and subjugate us. Rhetoric is a way of reading the endless discursive debris that surrounds us. Alan G. Gross is Professor in the Department of Rhetoric at the University of Minnesota. His publications include The Rhetoric of Science. William M. Keith is Assistant Professor in Communication at Oregon State University. We have a four star rating system: Four Stars means that the title is topnotch, a major work of scholarship or of the highest literary caliber. Three Stars means that the title is outstanding but not remarkable.

175. The KnotPlot Site
Has a large number of beautiful graphics of knots created with KnotPlot. Contains an introductory section on mathematical knot theory. KnotPlot software for various platfroms can be downloaded.
The KnotPlot Site
Welcome to the KnotPlot Site!
Here you will find a collection of knots and links, viewed from a (mostly) mathematical perspective. Nearly all of the images here were created with KnotPlot, a fairly elaborate program to visualize and manipulate mathematical knots in three and four dimensions. You can download KnotPlot and try it on your computer (see the link below), but first you may want to look at some of the images in the picture gallery. Also, have a browse through the Guestbook or sign it yourself
Knot Pictures
Check out the mathematical knots M ) page as well to see more knot pictures. Or try some of the following examples to see some knots in a different light. The pages marked with have been updated or created as of 11 Feb 2003. Those marked with an M have at least one MPEG animation.
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176. IDEAL Redirect Service
Science Direct. IDEAL is now integrated into ScienceDirect. Libraries Remember to migrate IDEAL OPAC links by July 1, 2003. Conversion
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