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Bernoulli numbers. Bibliography (1713–1990). Enlarged ed. (English) Zbl 0741.11001
Queenś Papers in Pure and Applied Mathematics. 87. Kingston (Canada): Queen’s University, iv, 175 p. (1991).

This is an enlarged and corrected version of the bibliography published in 1987 (see Zbl 0637.10001). It contains 1.956 citations to publications connected with Bernoulli numbers and related number-theoretic oriented topics, alphabetically ordered with respect to authors and with a useful index.

Added in 2010: The first and third author also maintain a website at

http://www.mscs.dal.ca/~dilcher/bernoulli.html

last updated on March 3, 2007 containing a wealth of information and an updated Bibliography.


MSC:
11-00Reference works (number theory)
00A15Bibliographies
11B68Bernoulli and Euler numbers and polynomials