INSTITUTE OF APPLIED MATHEMATICS
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IAM603 - Computational Number Theory

Credit: 3(3-0); ECTS: 8.0
Instructor(s): Consent of IAM
Prerequisites: Consent of Instructor(s)

Course Catalogue Description

The aim of computational number theory is the design, implementation and analysis of algorithms for solving problems in number theory. This includes efficient algorithms for computing fundamental invariants in algebraic number fields and algebraic function fields, as well as deterministic and probabilistic algorithms for solving the discrete logarithm problem in any structure. Computational methods in quadratic fields.

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The aim of computational number theory is the design, implementation and analysis of algorithms for solving problems in number theory. This includes efficient algorithms for computing fundamental invariants in algebraic number fields and algebraic function fields, as well as deterministic and probabilistic algorithms for solving the discrete logarithm problem in any structure. Computational methods in quadratic fields.

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