Applications of Fibonacci Numbers: Proceedings of "the Eighth International Research Conference on Fibonacci Numbers and Their Applications", Rochester Institute of Technology, NY, USA v. 8
This volume presents the Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Fibonacci Numbers and their Applications, held in Rochester, New York, in June 1998. All papers have been carefully refereed for content and originality and represent a continuation of the work of previous conferences. This book, describing recent discoveries and encouraging future research, shows the growing interest in and the importance of the pure and applied aspects of Fibonacci Numbers in many different areas of science. Audience: This volume will be of interest to graduate students and research mathematicians whose work involves number theory, combinatorics, algebraic number theory, field theory and polynomials, finite geometry and special functions.
- Hardback | 408 pages
- 165 x 241 x 32mm | 794g
- 30 Nov 1999
- Kluwer Academic Publishers
- Dordrecht, United States
Table of contents
A Report on the Eighth International Conference. List of Contributors to this Proceedings. Foreword. The Organizing Committees. List of Contributors to the Conference. Introduction. On the Generalized Binomial Coefficients Defined by Strong Divisibility Sequences; S. Ando, D. Sato. On Triangles and Squares Marked with Goldpoints-Studies of Golden Tiles; V.K. Anatassova, J.C. Turner. Multivariate Pascal Polynomials or order K with Probability Applications; D.L. Antzoulakos, A.N. Philippou. Fibonacci Planes and Spaces; K.T. Atanassov, A.G. Shannon. The Smallest Positive Integer Having Fk Representations as Sums of Distinct Fibonacci Numbers; M. Bicknell-Johnson. The Zeckendorf-Wythoff Array Applied to Counting the Number of Representations of N as Sums of Distinct Fibonacci Numbers; M. Bicknell-Johnson. Composing with Sequences: ...Cut is it Art? J.A. Biles. Invariants for Linear Recurrences; M. Caragiu, W. Webb. Base 10 Rats Cycles and Arbitrarily Long Base 10 Rats Cycles; C. Cooper, R.E. Kennedy. Quintics x5 - 5x - k, the Golden Section, and Square Lucas Numbers; M. Elia, P. Filipponi. The Pascal-De Moivre Moments and their Generating Functions; L. Ericksen. Investigating Special Binary Sequences with some Computer Help; D.C. Fielder, C.O. Alford. Integration Sequences of Jacobsthal and Jacobsthal-Lucas Polynomials; P. Filipponi, A.F. Horadam. A Property of the Unit Digits of Recursive Sequences; H.T. Freitag, et al. On General Divisibility of Sums of Integral Powers of the Golden Ratio; H.T. Freitag, D.C. Fielder. Sylvester's Algorithm and Fibonacci Numbers; H.T. Freitag, G.M. Phillips. On the Characteristic Polynomial of the J-TH Order Fibonacci Sequence; G.W. Grossman and S.K. Narayan. Quasi Morgan-Voyce Polynomials and Pell Convolutions; A.F. Horadam. On a Symptotic Maximality of the Fibonacci Tree; Y. Horibe. Generalizations of a Fibonacci Identity; F.T. Howard. Some Generalizations of Wolstenholme's Theorem; W.A. Kimball and W.A. Webb. Card Sorting Related to Fibonacci Numbers; C. Kimberling. On the Inhomogeneous Geometric Line-Sequence; J. Lee. Fibonacci Numbers of the Form k2 + k + 2; F. Luca. On Certain Polynomials of Even Subscripted Lucas Numbers; R.S. Melham. On the Rank of Appearance of Lucas Sequences; S. Müller. Algorithmic Simplification of Reciprocal Sums; S. Rabinowitz. Solved and Unsolved Problems on Pseudoprime Numbers and their Generalizations; A. Rotkiewicz. Some Relationships among Vieta, Morgan-Voyce and Jacobsthal Polynomials; A.G. Shannon, A.F. Horadam. Special Multipliers of Lucas Sequences Modulo pr; L. Somer. Digital Halftoning Using Error Diffusion and Linear Pixel Shuffling; J. Szybist and P.G. Anderson. On Vector Sequence Recurrence Equations in Fibonacci Vector Geometry; J.C. Turner. Constructing Identities Involving Kth-Order F-L Numbers by using The Characteristic Polynomial; C. Zhou. Subject Index.