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Spr2007: MAS4203 8430 Intro Number Theory MWF4 LIT221

Number Theory 1 We may use more advanced computing devices...

(The new course, Number Theory & Elliptic curve Cryptography will take place in Autumn 2007.

The various Number Theory czars who helped out.

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Our main textbook is Elementary Number Theory.

Author: James K. Strayer Copyright Year: 1994
ISBN: 978-1577662242 Publisher: Waveland (Reissue edition, blue & purple cover)
OR   ISBN: 0-534-93672-5 Publisher: PWS Publishing (blue cover)

The supplementary book we will use is A Computational Introduction to Number Theory and Algebra.

Author: Victor Shoup ISBN: 0-521-85154-8
Year: 2005 Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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The author has made freely available a PDF copy of his text for personal use.
Here are links to this book at The Publisher's site and at

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