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Geometry of Numbers with Applications to Number Theory

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Geometry of Numbers with Applications to Number Theory
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Publisher: University of Georgia
Number of pages: 138

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The goal is to find and explore open questions in both geometry of numbers -- e.g. Lattice Point Enumerators, the Ehrhart (Quasi)-Polynomial, Minkowski's Convex Body Theorems, Lattice Constants for Ellipsoids, Minkowski-Hlawka Theorem -- and its applications to number theory, especially to solutions of Diophantine equations (and especially, to integers represented by quadratic forms).

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