History of the Theory of Numbers: Quadratic and Higher Forms, Volume 3
This 3rd volume in the series History of the Theory of Numbers presents material related to Quadratic and Higher Forms. Volume III is mainly concerned with general theories rather than with special problems and special theorems. The investigations deal with the most advanced parts of the theory of numbers. 1919 edition.
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Leonard Eugene Dickson
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Akad algebraic automorphs bilinear binary forms binary quadratic forms C. F. Gauss class-number relations classes of determinant classes of forms coefﬁcients complex integers Comptes Rendus Paris continued fraction corresponding covariants Dedekind deﬁned deﬁnite denotes the number determinant unity Dickson Dirichlet discriminant equation ﬁeld fiir Math ﬁnd ﬁrst form f forms of determinant formula functions fundamental fundamental discriminant genera given H. J. S. Smith Hence Hermite Hermite’s Hermitian form Humbert improperly indeﬁnite form inﬁnite integers integral coeﬂicients invariants Jour Kronecker Kronecker’s L. E. Dickson lattice linear forms modular modular equation modular invariants modulo negative determinant number of classes number of representations number of solutions obtained odd prime Oeuvres positive form positive integers proof properly primitive classes properly primitive forms proved quadratic residues reduced form relatively prime replace represented roots square ternary form theorem theory transformed values variables Werke Wiss Zahlentheorie zero