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# Tag Archives: Diophantine equations

## Wiles and Langlands

One of the best things that pops regularly into my pigeonhole is the European Mathematical Society Newsletter. The current issue, number 104, is particularly rich in interesting articles. For example, there is the transcript of a talk by Christian Krattenthaler … Continue reading

Posted in exposition, mathematics and ..., Uncategorized
Tagged Diophantine equations, Galois representations, Langlands, Wiles
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## BCC, day 4

The highlight of the conference for me was the talk this afternoon by Manuel Bodirsky, on Ramsey classes. No time now to explain all this – get the invited speakers’ volume and read it if you want to know – … Continue reading

## Fibonacci numbers, 5

A small diversion before we come to the conclusion of this series. I am grateful to Robin Whitty for pointing this out to me. A set S of positive integers is recursively enumerable if there is a computer program which … Continue reading

Posted in exposition
Tagged Diophantine equations, Hilbert's tenth problem, Matijasevic's theorem
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