# eBook Number Theory: Fourth Conference of the Canadian Number Theory Association July 2-8, 1994 Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada (Canadian Mathematical Society Conference Proceedings) download

## by Karl Dilcher

**ISBN:**0821803123

**Author:**Karl Dilcher

**Publisher:**Amer Mathematical Society (September 1, 1995)

**Language:**English

**Pages:**431

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This book contains proceedings presented at the fourth Canadian Number Theory Association (CNTA) conference held at Dalhousie University in July 1994. The invited speakers focused on analytic, algebraic, and computational number theory.

This book contains proceedings presented at the fourth Canadian Number Theory Association (CNTA) conference held at Dalhousie University in July 1994. The contributed talks represented a wide variety of areas in number theory. Paulo Ribenboim gave an hour-long talk on Fermat's last theorem-which was wide open at the time of the conference. His lecture was entitled Fermat's Last Theorem, Before June 23, 1993.

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Fourth conference of the Canadian Number Theory Association, July 2-8, 1994, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova . Dalhousie University. Department of Mathematics and Statistics.

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Paulo Ribenboim gave an hour-long talk on Fermat's last theorem---which was wide open at the time of the conference. His lecture was entitled Fermat's Last Theorem, Before June 23, 1993. This lecture was open to the public and attracted a large audience from outside the conference.

This book contains 34 written versions of the presentations. All papers were refereed.