• Publications
• Influence
Physical and mechanical properties of cement-based products containing incineration bottom ash.
• Engineering, Medicine
• Waste management
• 2003
This paper presents the results of a wider experimental programme conducted in the framework of the NNAPICS ("Neural Network Analysis for Prediction of Interactions in Cement/Waste Systems") projectExpand
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Derivative Sequences of Fibonacci and Lucas Polynomials
• Physics
• 1991
Let us consider the Fibonacci polynomials U n(x) and the Lucas polynomials V n (x) (or simply U n and Vn, if there is no danger of confusion) defined as \$\$ {U_n} = x{U_{n - 1}} + {U_{n - 2}}({U_0}Expand
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Incomplete Fibonacci and Lucas numbers
A particular use of well-known combinatorial expressions for Fibonacci and Lucas numbers gives rise to two interesting classes of integers (namely, the numbersFn(k) andLn(k)) governed by the integralExpand
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DERIVATIVE SEQUENCES OF JACOBSTHAL AND JACOBSTHAL-LUCAS POLYNOMIALS
• Mathematics
• 1997
where the symbol ["J denotes the greatest integer function, and the bracketed superscript symbolizes the first derivative with respect to x. The aim of this paper is to study some properties of theExpand
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On certain Fibonacci‐type sums
• Mathematics
• 1 July 1991
The infinite sum of consecutive generalized Fibonacci numbers Ui (i = 1, 2, 3...) divided by ri (r an arbitrary non‐vanishing quantity) is investigated. After establishing the values of r for whichExpand
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Partial Derivative Sequences of Second-Order Recurrence Polynomials
• Mathematics
• 1996
The derivative sequences of Fibonacci and Lucas polynomials studied in  can be seen from a more general point of view and the results established in that paper can be extended considerably by theExpand
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Functions of the Kronecker Square of the Matrix Q
• Mathematics
• 1988
As for the well-known matrix Q, , a number of matrices can be defined so that their successive powers contain entries related to certain Fibonacci numbers
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A Probabilistic Primality test Based on the Properties of Certain Generalized Lucas Numbers
• Mathematics, Computer Science
• EUROCRYPT
• 1 April 1988
In virtue of the apparent paucity of the composite numbers which are Fibonacci pseudoprimes of the mth kind for distinct values of m, a method, which we believe to be new, for finding large probable primes is proposed. Expand
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Representation of Natural Numbers as Sums of Fibonacci Numbers: An Application to Modern Cryptography
• Mathematics
• 1990
After giving some basic concepts of a cryptographic technique referred to as Stream Ciphering  (Sec. 2) we have a look at the translation of natural numbers into Fibonacci binary sequences (Sec.Expand
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