Computers in mathematical research: based on the proceedings of a conference
Clarendon Press, May 19, 1988 - Mathematics - 251 pages
In this stimulating volume, mathematicians from a wide range of disciplines explore the many ways in which computers are used in research within their fields, both to explore new topics and prove results. There are contributions on the impact of the computer on research in number theory (including the Riemann Zeta function), cryptography, combinatorics, symbolic manipulation, geometry, group theory, statistics, and applied mathematics. Readers will find up-to-date results and uniquely interesting reviews of current work.
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