## 620-113CF## Continued Fractions## Course OutlineOutline,PDF (20 K) ## LinksAn informative and in depth introduction, but no proofs Eric Weistein's site Similar to the above J.D. Barrow's site The best introduction with examples, but cuts out early R. Knott's site Brief introduction with some proofs A. Van Tuyl's site Similar to the above Alexander Bogomolny's site Short introduction, good on the motivation but no proofs Yury Grabovsky's site Very cursory Clark Kimberling's site Number theory lecture notes, Chapter 16 is relevant MP313 Number theory lectures William Stein's site Descriptions of areas/courses in number theory, lecture notes NTW Pianos and Continued Fractions Edward G. Dunne's site continued fractions and chaos Robert Corless's article Constants associated with continued fractions Steve Finch's site Continued Fraction Arithmetic Bill Gosper's site D.H. Bailey and R.E. Crandall's papers on normal numbers baicran, bcnormal ## BibliographyBibliography,PDF ( K) ## Lecture NotesIntroduction,PS (36 K) ## AssignmentGiven out at 3rd Lecture, 21-8-2003, and due two weeks later, 4-9-2003. Place assignments in the 620-113 box (no's 5 and 6) in the North corridor of the Richard Berry Building. Assignment,PS (54 K) ## Maple worksheets and PS filesMaple worksheet of simple examples,mws (15 K) ## Historical notesLeonhard Euler,PS (844 K) |