This white paper gives an overview of the software applications used by university presses to publish digital monographs. In addition, we will look at routes taken by university presses to move from all print to some e-publishing and list the supplemental online content that is typically offered for a fee.
The height of an algebraic number A is a measure of how arithmetically complicated A is. We say A is totally p-adic if the minimal polynomial of A splits completely over the field of p-adic numbers. In this paper, we investigate what can be said about the smallest nonzero height...
It is well- known that a real number can be defined as an equivalence
class of fundamental rational sequences. In fact, it is also possible
to define a real number as an equivalence class of sequences of
nested closed rational intervals. This paper is devoted to the latter
The notion of a normal number and the Normal Number Theorem date back over 100 years. Émile Borel first stated his Normal Number Theorem in 1909. Despite their seemingly basic nature, normal numbers are still engaging many mathematicians to this day. In this paper, we provide a reinterpretation of the...