Number Theory: New York Seminar 1991-1995 by David V. ChudnovskyNumber Theory: New York Seminar 1991-1995 by David V. Chudnovsky

Number Theory: New York Seminar 1991-1995

EditorDavid V. Chudnovsky, Gregory V. Chudnovsky, Melvyn B. Nathanson

Paperback | September 19, 1996

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This is a volume of papers presented at the New York Number Theory Seminar. Since 1982, the Seminar has been meeting weekly during the academic year at the Graduate School and University Center of the City University of New York. This collection of papers covers a wide area of number theory, particularly modular functions, algebraic and diophantine geometry, and computational number theory.
Title:Number Theory: New York Seminar 1991-1995Format:PaperbackDimensions:307 pagesPublished:September 19, 1996Publisher:Springer New York

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ISBN - 10:0387948260

ISBN - 13:9780387948263

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Table of Contents

Contents: Sums of Four Squares.- On the number of co-prime-free sets.- The primary role of modular equations.- Approximation Methods in Transcendental Function Computations and Some Physical Applications.- Diophantine Approximation Problem arising from VLSI Design.- Linear Diophantine Problems.- The smallest maximal set of pairwise disjoint partitions.- Sum set Cardinalities of Line Restricted Planar Sets.- On solvability of a system of two Boolean Linear Equations.- Brauer number and twisted Fermat Motives.- A Remark on a Paper of Erdos and Nathanson.- Towards a classification of Hilbert Modular Threefolds.- Special Theta Relations.- Minimal bases and g-adic Representations of Integers.- Finite Graphs and the Number of Sums and Products.- Hilbert's theorem 94 and function fields.- Some Applications of Probability to additive Number Theory and Harmonic Analysis.- Quadratic Irrationals and Continued Fractions.- Progression Bases for Finite Cyclic Groups.- Sums of Finite Sets.- Four Squares with Few Squares.