VOLUMES II AND III OF DTCKSON ' S HISTORY History of the Theory of Numbers

as H. J. S. Smith, and Vandiver's numerous contributions to the same end. Last there is the recent work of Dickson, which bids fair to be epoch making, on Algebras and their Arithmetics,* where the classic theory of algebraic numbers finds a simple and profound generalization. With the books of Landau and Dickson, the report of Hubert and that of the… CONTINUE READING