Number theory in science and communication: with applications in cryptography, physics, digital information, computing, and self-similarity

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Springer-Verlag, 1986 - Mathematics - 374 pages

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User Review  - Knud - LibraryThing

A very accessible book on number theory and its applications. Anyone with a reasonable amount of university/college math will find it very readable. Schroeder never spends too much time on any one ... Read full review

Contents

A Few Fundamentals
1
The Natural Numbers
17
Primes
26
Copyright

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Manfred Schroeder is a pioneer in the artistic potential of computer graphics, a world-renowned expert in concert hall acoustics, and holder of over 45 patents. He divides his time between Berkeley Heights, California and Goetingen, Germany.

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