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Prime Numbers: A Computational Perspective, Second Edition

Richard E. Crandall and Carl Pomerance, 2005, Springer Science+Business Media, 597 pp., hardcover

ISBN: 0387252827

Prime Numbers: A Computational Perspective, Second Edition

The text provides theoretical explanations for the practical power of computational algorithms, along with detailed pseudocode and exercises designed to keep students engaged and interested. It is a reference for professionals and students interested in prime numbers and encryption, cryptography, factoring algorithms, elliptic curve arithmetic, and many more computational issues related to primes and factoring.

Contents
Primes! | Number-Theoretical Tools | Recognizing Primes and Composites | Primality Proving | Exponential Factoring Algorithms | Subexponential Factoring Algorithms | Elliptic Curve Arithmetic | The Ubiquity of Prime Numbers | Fast Algorithms for Large-Integer Arithmetic | Appendix: Book Pseudocode

This book is available in the Wolfram Research bookstore.


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