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GENERALIZED RINGS OF MEASURABLE AND CONTINUOUS FUNCTIONS

- A. Amini, B. Amini, E. Momtahan, M. Haghighi
- Mathematics
- 1 March 2013

We generalize, simultaneously, the ring of real-valued continuous functions and the ring of real-valued measurable func- tions.

Perfect quantum state transfer on the Johnson scheme

- Bahman Ahmadi, M. Haghighi, Ahmad Mokhtar
- Mathematics
- 25 October 2017

For any graph $X$ with the adjacency matrix $A$, the transition matrix of the quantum walk at time $t$ is given by the matrix-valued function $\mathcal{H}_X(t)=e^{itA}$. We say that there is a… Expand

Computation of conductor for finite extensions with cyclic Galois groups

- M. Haghighi
- Mathematics
- 1 August 1989

Abstract At first a definition of “conductor” for abelian extensions K k (K⊇k⊇Q) by “ray ideal classes” is given. Then we will show for cyclic extensions K k , with Galois groups of degree 4, f (K k)… Expand

Sufficient conditions for a linear functional to be multiplicative

- K. Seddighi, M. Haghighi
- Mathematics
- 17 January 2001

Computation of relative integral bases for algebraic number fields

- M. Haghighi
- Mathematics
- 1988

At first we are given conditions for existence of relative integral bases for extension (K;k) n. Then we will construct relative integral bases for extensions OK6(6/)/Ok2(/) OK 6(6/)/Ok3(3/), OK6(6/)… Expand

Computation of mersenne primes using cray X-MP

- M. Haghighi
- Mathematics, Computer ScienceInt. J. Comput. Math.
- 1992

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Computation of prime numbers by using a probabilistic algorithm

- M. Haghighi
- Mathematics
- 1988

Abstract A probabilistic algorithm for testing primality of a large integer ‘ n ’ is introduced. The algorithm is then compiled and run on the Pascal programming language. If the algorithm determines… Expand

On rainbow 4-term arithmetic progressions

- M. Haghighi, P. S. Nowbandegani
- Mathematics
- 15 September 2012

Let (n) = {1,...,n} be colored in k colors. A rainbow AP(k) in (n) is a k term arithmetic progression whose elements have dierent colors. Conlon, Jungic and Radoicic (3) prove that there exists an… Expand

Computation of Hilbert sequence for composite quadratic extensions using different type of primes in Q

- M. Haghighi, J. Miller
- Mathematics
- 1997

First, we will give all necessary definitions and theorems. Then the definition of a Hilbert sequence by using a Galois group is introduced. Then by using the Hilbert sequence, we will build tower… Expand

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