Algebraic Number Theory
The integers are the simplest objects in mathematics but, as history shows, their secrets are deeply hidden. A vast range of mathematical disciplines— such as geometry, algebra, and analysis—has been called upon to clarify the apparently simple concept of integer. In particular, a broader concept of number itself seems to be useful.
KeywordsIdeal Factorization Algebraic Number Principal Ideal Algebraic Integer Algebraic Number Theory
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