Browse by Subject "Mathematics"

  • Sunseri, Richard Frank (1980)
    A prime p is said to be irregular if it divides the numerator of the Bernoulli number B(,i) for some even integer i between 1 and p-2. For every irregular pair (p,i) with p < 125,000 it is known that the corresponding ...

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  • Qian, Xiaoling (1995)
    A classical result of Jentzsch states that, for a power series with radius of convergence one, every point on the unit circle is a limit point of zeros of partial sums of the power series. In this thesis, the relationship ...

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  • Seyfried, Michael David (1990)
    Zeta functions have been of major importance in algebraic number theory for many years. They are useful (along with L-functions) in obtaining results concerning the asymptotic distribution of ideals in a given class. In ...

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  • Raggi-Cardenas, Alberto Gerardo (1984)
    The thesis deals with the theory of two-sided ideals in arithmetic orders. The theory and techniques developed by Bushnell and Reiner are used.

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