Antonio M. Oller-Marcén

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Generalized Cullen Numbers are positive integers of the form C b (n) := nb n + 1. In this work we generalize some known divisibility properties of Cullen Numbers and present two primality tests for this family of integers. The first test is based in the following property of primes from this family: n b n ≡ (−1) b (mod nb n + 1). It is stronger and has less(More)
Let us denote by Z b (n) the number of trailing zeroes in the base b expansión of n!. In this paper we study with some detail the behavior of the function Z b. In particular, since Z b is non-decreasing, we will characterize the points where it increases and we will compute the amplitude of the jump in each of such points. In passing, we will study some(More)
In this paper we present a way to count the number of trains that we can construct with a given set of domino pieces. As an application we obtain a new method to compute the total number of eulerian paths in an undirected graph as well as their starting and ending vertices. Resumen. En este art́ıculo presentamos una manera de contar el número de trenes que(More)
Let us consider the group G = x, y | x m = y n with m and n nonzero integers. In this paper, we study the variety of representations R(G) and the character variety X(G) in SL(2, C) of the group G, obtaining by elementary methods an explicit primary decomposition of the ideal corresponding to X(G) in the coordinates X = t x , Y = t y and Z = t xy. As an easy(More)
In this paper we study a generalization of the Fibonacci sequence in which rabbits are mortal and take more that two months to become mature. In particular we give a general recurrence relation for these sequences (improving work by Hoggat and Lind) and we calculate explicitly their general term (extending work by Miller). In passing, and as a technical(More)
Let us consider the group G = x, y | x m = y n with m and n nonzero integers. In this paper, we study the variety of representations R(G) and the character variety X(G) in SL(2, C) of the group G, obtaining by elementary methods an explicit primary decomposition of the ideal corresponding to X(G) in the coordinates X = t x , Y = t y and Z = t xy. As an easy(More)
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