By A. G. Akritas, P. G. Bradford (auth.), G. E. Bergum, Professor A. N. Philippou, Professor A. F. Horadam (eds.)
This publication includes thirty-six papers from one of the forty-five papers offered on the 3rd foreign convention on Fibonacci Numbers and Their functions which used to be held in Pisa, Italy from July 25 to July 29, 1988 in honor of Leonardo de Pisa. those papers were chosen after a cautious evaluation via popular referees within the box, and so they diversity from uncomplicated quantity conception to likelihood and records. The Fibonacci numbers are their unifying bond. it really is expected that this booklet, like its predecessors, can be helpful to investigate staff and graduate scholars attracted to the Fibonacci numbers and their functions. August 1989 The Editors Gerald E. Bergum South Dakota country collage Brookings, South Dakota, U. S. A. Andreas N. Philippou Ministry of schooling Nicosia, Cyprus Alwyn F. Horadam college of recent England Armidale N. S. W. , Australia xv THE ORGANIZING COMMITTEES neighborhood COMMITTEE overseas COMMITTEE Dvornicich, Roberto, Chairman Horadam, A. F. (Australia), Co-chairman Filipponi, Piero Philippou, A. N. (Cyprus), Co-chairman Perelli, Alberto Ando, S. (Japan) Viola, Carlo Bergum, G. E. (U. S. A. ) Zannier, Umberto Johnson, M. B. (U. S. A. ) Kiss, P. (Hungary) Tijdeman, Robert (The Netherlands) Tognetti, ok. (Australia) XVII checklist OF participants TO THE convention' ADLER, I. , RR 1, field 532, North Bennington, VT 05257-9748. "Separating the organic from the Mathematical points of Phyllotaxis. " *AKRITAS, A. G. , (coauthor P. G. Bradford). "The function of the Fibonacci series within the Isolation of the true Roots of Polynomial Equations.
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Applications of Fibonacci Numbers: Volume 3 Proceedings of ‘The Third International Conference on Fibonacci Numbers and Their Applications’, Pisa, Italy, July 25–29, 1988 by A. G. Akritas, P. G. Bradford (auth.), G. E. Bergum, Professor A. N. Philippou, Professor A. F. Horadam (eds.)