Monday, December 11, 2006

Things Have Changed

Since I last submitted that paper.

  1. The journal that had been interested in publishing it no longer publishes things on that subject.
  2. A paper can be turned down in 2 days.

Still, the "rejection" was very encouraging, saying
I would urge the author to submit his paper to a top-end number theory journal...
So I will, but I have to do some further (minor) reformatting.

Tuesday, November 28, 2006

New Version of "There Are Infinitely Many Perrin Pseudoprimes"

I have reformatted There Are Infinitely Many Perrin Pseudoprimes (sometimes known as "There Are Infinitely Many Frobenius Pseudoprimes"). It now uses a more modern version of the TeX typesetting package. I also re-submitted it for publication after only 6 or 7 years. I think it holds up, though!