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History of the Theory of Numbers
THE third and concluding volume of Prof. Dickson's great work deals first with the arithmetical. theory of binary quadratic forms. A long chapter on the class-number is contributed by Mr. G. H.Expand
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A fundamental system of invariants of the general modular linear group with a solution of the form problem
1. WYe shall determine m functions which form a fundamental system of invariants for the group Gm of all linear homogeneous transformations on ns variables with coefficients in the Galois field ofExpand
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Linear algebras in which division is always uniquely possible
does not vanish. Hence the condition that right hand [left baiid] division shall always be uniquely possible is that A,. [Al] shall vanish only when every a. vanishes. Now either of these conditionsExpand
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On commutative linear algebras in which division is always uniquely possible
1. We consider commutative linear algebras in 2n units, with coordinates in a general field F, such that n of the units define a sub-algebra forming a field F( J). The elements of the algebra may beExpand
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A Theory of Invariants
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Modern Elementary Theory of Numbers
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Studies in the theory of numbers
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