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Roger Bacon in der Sicht Alexander von Humboldts

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Articel in german, abstracts in englisch, german and español In his model of the six epochs of the history of science, Alexander von Humboldt sees scarcely any lights able to break through the occidental darkness in the time between the scientific prime of the arabic world and the expeditions of Columbus. The most prominent of these few pioneers...

Articel in german, abstracts in englisch, german and español In his model of the six epochs of the history of science, Alexander von Humboldt sees scarcely any lights able to break through the occidental darkness in the time between the scientific prime of the arabic world and the expeditions of Columbus. The most prominent of these few pioneers to Humboldt is the fransciscan monc Roger Bacon who excelled in almost all disciplines and emphasized on the unity of the sciences. Humboldt honors the Englishman with detailed examinations of his Opus maius in Kosmos and also in his popular speeches in the Berlin Singakademie as well as in the examen critique on the history of geography of the New World. Minimize

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Universität Potsdam

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2008-10-01T00:00:00Z

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Alexander von Humboldt ; Tom Müller ; Roger Bacon ; Kosmos ; Columbus ; LCC:Science (General) ; LCC:Q1-390 ; LCC:Science ; LCC:Q ; DOAJ:Science (General) ; DOAJ:Science General ; LCC:Science (General) ; LCC:Q1-390 ; LCC:Science ; LCC:Q ; DOAJ:Science (General) ; DOAJ:Science General ; LCC:Science (General) ; LCC:Q1-390 ; LCC:Science ; LCC:Q ; DO...

Alexander von Humboldt ; Tom Müller ; Roger Bacon ; Kosmos ; Columbus ; LCC:Science (General) ; LCC:Q1-390 ; LCC:Science ; LCC:Q ; DOAJ:Science (General) ; DOAJ:Science General ; LCC:Science (General) ; LCC:Q1-390 ; LCC:Science ; LCC:Q ; DOAJ:Science (General) ; DOAJ:Science General ; LCC:Science (General) ; LCC:Q1-390 ; LCC:Science ; LCC:Q ; DOAJ:Science (General) ; DOAJ:Science General ; LCC:Science (General) ; LCC:Q1-390 ; LCC:Science ; LCC:Q ; LCC:Science (General) ; LCC:Q1-390 ; LCC:Science ; LCC:Q Minimize

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Article 06.3.8 All Elite Primes Up to 250 Billion

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A prime number p is called elite if only finitely many Fermat numbers 22n + 1 are quadratic residues of p. Previously only the interval up to 109 was systematically searched for elite primes and 16 such primes were found. We extended this research up to 2.5 · 1011 and found five further elites, among which 1 151 139 841 is the smallest and 171 7...

A prime number p is called elite if only finitely many Fermat numbers 22n + 1 are quadratic residues of p. Previously only the interval up to 109 was systematically searched for elite primes and 16 such primes were found. We extended this research up to 2.5 · 1011 and found five further elites, among which 1 151 139 841 is the smallest and 171 727 482 881 the largest. 1 Minimize

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2011-05-09

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Article 05.3.3 Prime and Composite Terms in Sloane’s Sequence A056542

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We give the complete factorization of the first fifty terms of the sequence an:= nan−1 + 1 with a1: = 0. We searched the terms an for primes up to n = 1019 with the result that only the indexes 4, 8, 18, 20 and 70 provide primes. A final section deals with some conjectures on prime terms in this sequence. 1

We give the complete factorization of the first fifty terms of the sequence an:= nan−1 + 1 with a1: = 0. We searched the terms an for primes up to n = 1019 with the result that only the indexes 4, 8, 18, 20 and 70 provide primes. A final section deals with some conjectures on prime terms in this sequence. 1 Minimize

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Article 07.9.4 On Anti-Elite Prime Numbers

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An odd prime number p is called anti-elite if only finitely many Fermat numbers are quadratic non-residues to p. This concept is the exact opposite to that of elite prime numbers. We study some fundamental properties of anti-elites and show that there are infinitely many of them. A computational search among all the numbers up to 100 billion yie...

An odd prime number p is called anti-elite if only finitely many Fermat numbers are quadratic non-residues to p. This concept is the exact opposite to that of elite prime numbers. We study some fundamental properties of anti-elites and show that there are infinitely many of them. A computational search among all the numbers up to 100 billion yielded 84 anti-elite primes. 1 Minimize

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2011-05-09

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Article 08.3.1 On Generalized Elite Primes

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A prime number p is called b-elite if only finitely many generalized Fermat numbers Fb,n = b 2n + 1 are quadratic residues to p. So far, only the case b = 2 was subjected to theoretical and experimental researches by several authors. Most of the results obtained for this special case can be generalized for all bases b> 2. Moreover, the generaliz...

A prime number p is called b-elite if only finitely many generalized Fermat numbers Fb,n = b 2n + 1 are quadratic residues to p. So far, only the case b = 2 was subjected to theoretical and experimental researches by several authors. Most of the results obtained for this special case can be generalized for all bases b> 2. Moreover, the generalization allows an insight to more general structures in which standard elite primes are embedded. We present selected computational results from which some conjectures are derived. 1 Minimize

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2011-05-09

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2012-03-11

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Journal of Integer Sequences, Vol. 13 (2010), Article 10.9.5 On the Fermat Periods of Natural Numbers

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Let b> 1 be a natural number and n ∈ N0. Then the numbers Fb,n: = b2n +1 form the sequence of generalized Fermat numbers in base b. It is well-known that for any natural number N, the congruential sequence (Fb,n (mod N)) is ultimately periodic. We give criteria to determine the length of this Fermat period and show that for any natural number L ...

Let b> 1 be a natural number and n ∈ N0. Then the numbers Fb,n: = b2n +1 form the sequence of generalized Fermat numbers in base b. It is well-known that for any natural number N, the congruential sequence (Fb,n (mod N)) is ultimately periodic. We give criteria to determine the length of this Fermat period and show that for any natural number L and any b> 1 the number of primes having a period length L to base b is infinite. From this we derive an approach to find large non-Proth elite and anti-elite primes, as well as a theorem linking the shape of the prime factors of a given composite number to the length of the latter number’s Fermat period. 1 Minimize

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2011-03-30

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Terrain Analysis for Locating Erosion Channels: Assessing LiDAR Data and Flow Direction Algorithm

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2012-11-21

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Jazz combo ; Ball State University, School of Music presents A jazz combo

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With Roger Barnhart, bass, Mark Hulsebos, saxophone, Scott Kemper, piano, and Scott Lang, drums.; Assisted by Jeana Tenerelli, vocals.; This recital is presented under the auspices of the Jazz Studies program.; This recital is under the musical supervision of Tom Shah and Erwin Mueller. ; Series XXXVII, Number 110. ; 5.5 in. x 8.5 in.

With Roger Barnhart, bass, Mark Hulsebos, saxophone, Scott Kemper, piano, and Scott Lang, drums.; Assisted by Jeana Tenerelli, vocals.; This recital is presented under the auspices of the Jazz Studies program.; This recital is under the musical supervision of Tom Shah and Erwin Mueller. ; Series XXXVII, Number 110. ; 5.5 in. x 8.5 in. Minimize

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Barnhart, Roger; Hulsebos, Mark; Kemper, Scott; Lang, Scott; Tenerelli, Jeana; Shah, Tom; Mueller, Erwin

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1983-03-15

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