# The Arithmetic of Function Fields

Proceedings of the Workshop at the Ohio State University, June 17-26, 1991 (Ohio State University Mathematical Re)

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

Written in English ## Subjects:

• Algebraic number theory,
• Functional analysis,
• Number Theory,
• Congresses,
• Mathematics,
• Science/Mathematics,
• Algebraic Fields,
• Drinfeld modules

## Edition Notes

The Physical Object ID Numbers Contributions David Hayes (Editor), David Goss (Editor), Michael I. Rosen (Editor) Format Hardcover Number of Pages 482 Open Library OL9016823M ISBN 10 3110131714 ISBN 10 9783110131710

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This book provides an exposition of function field arithmetic with emphasis on recent developments concerning Drinfeld modules, the arithmetic of special values of transcendental functions (such as zeta and gamma functions and their interpolations), diophantine approximation and related interesting open problems.

From the reviews:"The book is a thorough and very readable introduction to the arithmetic of function fields of one variable over a finite field, by an author who has made fundamental contributions to the field.

It serves as a definitive reference volume, as well as offering graduate students. Basic Structures of Function Field Arithmetic th Edition From the reviews:"The book is a thorough and very readable introduction to the arithmetic of function fields of one variable over a finite field, by an author who has made fundamental contributions to the The Arithmetic of Function Fields book.

It serves as a definitive reference volume, as well as offering Cited by: The Arithmetic of Function Fields: Proceedings of the Workshop at the Ohio State University, June(Ohio State University Mathematical Research Institute Publications Book 2) - Kindle edition by Goss, David, Hayes, David R., Rosen, Michael.

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This volume collects the texts of five courses given in the Arithmetic Geometry Research Programme at the CRM Barcelona. All of them deal with characteristic p global fields; the common theme around which they are centered is the arithmetic of L-functions (and other special functions),Brand: Birkhäuser Basel.

There is a book by Rosen called "Number Theory in Function Fields". I am reading it now, and it is a really nice book- it is readable and the analytic parts of the theory are very well explained to my opinion. However, it lacks the algebraic background you are looking for. Early in the 20th century, it became clear that this analogy is especially strong when one studies function fields in finite characteristic of transcendence degree one, that is, finite extensions of the field F p (t) of rational functions with coefficients in the field with p elements.

These are the "Function Fields" with which this book deals. The Arithmetic of Function Fields: Proceedings of the Workshop at the Ohio State University, JuneDavid Goss, David R. Hayes, Michael Rosen Walter de Gruyter, - Mathematics - pages. This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-workshop proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on the Arithmetic of Finite Field, WAIFIheld in Bergen, Norway, in June The 14 revised full papers and six invited talks presented were carefully reviewed and.

This volume collects the texts of five courses given in the Arithmetic Geometry Research Programme – at the CRM Barcelona. All of them deal with characteristic p global fields; the common theme around which they are centered is the arithmetic of L-functions (and other special functions), investigated in various courses examine some of the most important recent ideas in.

The first six chapters of the book give an introduction to the arithmetic of fields that is fairly standard, covering infinite Galois theory, profinite groups, extensions of valued fields, algebraic function fields (including the Riemann-Roch theorem, zeta functions and the Riemann hypothesis, proved using Bombieri’s approach), Dirichlet.

This volume collects the texts of five courses given in the Arithmetic Geometry Research Programme at the CRM Barcelona. All of them deal with characteristic p global fields; the common theme around which they are centered is the arithmetic of L-functions (and other special functions), investigated in various aspects.

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Analytic arithmetic of algebraic function fields. New York: M. Dekker, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: John Knopfmacher. In order to do arithmetic on these fields, you must ensure that the integer and decimal parts of the numbers match up correctly.

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Basic Structures of Function Field Arithmetic by David Goss,From the reviews:"The book is a thorough and very readable introduction to the arithmetic of function fields of one variable over a finite field, by an author who has made fundamental contributions to the field.

4/5(1). From the reviews:"The book is a thorough and very readable introduction to the arithmetic of function fields of one variable over a finite field, by an author who has made fundamental contributions to the field.

It serves as a definitive reference volume, as well as offering graduate students with a solid understanding of algebraic number 4/5(1). SUMMARY AND CLASSICAL CONNECTIONS: The above models how diophantine properties of fields gave meaning to Field Arithmetic.

The book's structure in the sections below follows this chain. If we can use the structure of profinite groups handily (see PGT), it is possible to see equations akin to those over finite fields in a more general way.

‘His work followed that of Kronecker in the development of arithmetic in algebraic number fields.’ ‘La Roche published Larismetique in which was considered an excellent arithmetic book with good notation for powers and roots.’ ‘Their test involved a simple arithmetic function called Gauss's modular arithmetic task.’.

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Early on in the development of the subject it was noticed that Z has many properties in common with A = IF[T], the ring of polynomials over a finite field. Both rings are principal ideal domains, both have the property that the residue class ring.