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A Counterexample for Germain

by William C. Waterhouse

Year of Award: 1995


Publication Information: The American Mathematical Monthly, vol. 101, 1994, pp. 140-150


Summary: An introduction to quadratic forms and their use in number theory.


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About the Author: (from the Notices of the AMS, Nov. 1995) William C. Waterhouse received his Ph.D. from Harvard University, with John Tate supervising his dissertation. He is currently professor of mathematics at Pennsylvania State University. In 1984 he won the Ford Award for “Do Symmetric Problems Have Symmetric Solutions?”


Subject classification(s): Algebra and Number Theory | Number Theory | Index
Publication Date: 
Tuesday, September 23, 2008