# a 7 Integers 11 B ( 2011 ) Subword Complexity and Laurent Series

@inproceedings{Firicel2011A7,
  title={# a 7 Integers 11 B ( 2011 ) Subword Complexity and Laurent Series},
  author={Alina Firicel},
  year={2011}
}
  • Alina Firicel
  • Published 2011
Decimal expansions of classical constants such as √ 2, π and ζ(3) have long been a source of difficult questions. In the case of Laurent series with coefficients in a finite field, where “no carries appear,” the situation seems to be simplified and drastically different. In 1935 Carlitz introduced analogs of real numbers such as π, e or ζ(3) and it became reasonable to enquire how “complex” the Laurent representation of these “numbers” is. In this paper we prove that the inverse of Carlitz’s… CONTINUE READING

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