Number theory and N Guide  Resources and Review


 The prime source for information about prime numbers, including a list of the largest known prime numbers.
 
Explanation of the famous theorem of Pierre de Fermat who died in 1665, and a summary of its proof by Andrew Wiles in 1993.
 
Journal which presents research at the interface between mathematics and theoretical computer science, with a clear mathematical profile and strictly mathematical format. Specific areas of concentration include structure of complexity classes, algebraic complexity, cryptography, interactive proofs, complexity issues in: computational geometry, robotics, and motion planning, learning theory, number theory, logic, combinatorial optimisation and approximate solutions, and distributed computing.
 
A selection from the work of Robert Langlands, Professor at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, renowned for contributions to the theory of automorphic forms. Includes professional correspondence, previously unpublished work, and published work now out of print, covering number theory, Euler products, and problems in the theory of automorphic forms.
 
Offers selected research articles on the subject of number theory and related areas, providing an international forum for original research. Contents pages, abstracts from the current issue, and full text retrieval of back issues in PDF format are among the options available.
 
Links to numerous Internet resources about number theory.
 
Aims to collect and disseminate information of interest to number theorists everywhere and to facilitate communication between number theorists.
 
Mathematics of Computation is devoted to research articles in computational mathematics. Areas covered include numerical analysis, with emphasis on the mathematical analysis and development of methods, computational number theory and algebra, and related fields. Tables of contents and some abstracts provided.
 
