We show how to obtain n-dimensional infrastructures from global fields of unit rank n. We will also discuss how to obtain baby steps in these cases, and show graphical representations of certain two-dimensional infrastructures obtained from function fields.
My name is Felix Fontein and I'm currently a software developer at Dybuster AG. Until February 2014, I used to be a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Zurich. I'm working in the area of Computational Number Theory, in particular on arithmetic in global fields, the infrastructure of such fields, computation of regulators and fundamental units, and related areas. I studied at University of Oldenburg and at the University of Zurich, and was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Calgary before going back to Zurich.
About This Blog.
This blog focusses on my research as well as other mathematical topics which I am interested in.
- Partial Fractions.
- The Probability That Two Numbers Are Coprime.
- The Power of the Distributive Law.
- A Cute Identity.
- Solving Certain Linear Systems over the Integers.
- On a Certain Determinant.
- A Strange Inequality.
- Multiplicity of the Determinant.
- Rigorous Arithmetic in the Arakelov Divisor Class Group of a Number Field.
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