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Number Theory

Number Theory
Paris 1992–3

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Part of London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series

  • Editor: Sinnou David, Université de Paris VI (Pierre et Marie Curie)
K. Alladi, Y. André, N. Boston, N. Boxall, P. Cohen, E. Fouvry, M. Ram Murty, V. Gritsenko, G. Harman, H. Hida, J. Martinet, H. Oouhaba, I. Pays, T. N. Shorey, P. Stevenhagen, R. Tijdeman, Y. G. Zahrin
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  • Date Published: May 1995
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521559119

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  • This volume discusses the whole spectrum of number theory with many contributions from some of the world's leading figures. Contributors cover the very latest research developments and much of the work presented here will not be found elsewhere. Also included are surveys that will guide the reader through the extensive published literature. This text will be a necessary addition to the libraries of all workers in number theory.

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    • Date Published: May 1995
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521559119
    • length: 304 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 17 mm
    • weight: 0.45kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    1. Decomposition of the integers as a direct sum of two subsets K. Alladi
    2. Théorie des motifs et interpretation géométrique des valeurs p-adic de G-functions (une introduction) Y. André
    3. A refinement of the Faltings–Serre method N. Boston
    4. Sous-variétés algébraique des variétés semi-abéliennes sur un corps fini N. Boxall
    5. Propriétés transcendentes des fonctions automorphes P. Cohen
    6. Supersingular primes common to two elliptic curves E. Fouvry and M. Ram Murty
    7. Arithmetical lifting and its applications V. Gritsenko
    8. Towards an arithmetical analysis of the continuum G. Harman
    9. On G-adic forms of half integral weight for SL(2)/Q H. Hida
    10. Structures algébraique sur les réseaux J. Martinet
    11. Construction of elliptic units in function fields H. Oouhaba
    12. Arbres, ordres maximaux et formes quadratiques entiéres I. Pays
    13. On a conjecture that a product of k consecutive positive integers is never equal to a product of mk consecutive positive integers except for 8.9.10=6! T. N. Shorey
    14. Rédei-matrices and applications P. Stevenhagen
    15. Decomposition of the integers as a direct sum of two subsets R. Tijdeman
    16. CM Abelian varieties with almost ordinary reductions Y. G. Zahrin.

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    Sinnou David, Université de Paris VI (Pierre et Marie Curie)

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    K. Alladi, Y. André, N. Boston, N. Boxall, P. Cohen, E. Fouvry, M. Ram Murty, V. Gritsenko, G. Harman, H. Hida, J. Martinet, H. Oouhaba, I. Pays, T. N. Shorey, P. Stevenhagen, R. Tijdeman, Y. G. Zahrin

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