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Name: 
Riele, H. J. J. te
Riele, Herman J.J. te
Riele, Herman te
Riele, Hermanus Johannes Joseph
Riele, Hermanus Johannes Joseph te
Te Riele, H. J. J.
Te Riele, Herman
Te Riele, Hermanus Johannes Joseph

Dates: 
1947 
Creation class: 
article
cre
Language material
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Creation role: 
author
contributor
redactor

Related names: 
Brent, R.P.
Brent, Richard Peirce
Cohen, G.L.
Cohen, Graeme L.
Colloquium Numerical Treatment of Integral Equations (Amsterdam) (19781979)
Houwen, P.J. van der (1939)
Houwen, Pieter Jacobus (1939)
Lioen, W.M.
Lioen, Walter M.
Lune, J. van de (1937)
Lune, Jan (1937)
Montgomery, P.L.
Montgomery, Peter L.
Moree, P. (1965)
Moree, Pieter (1965)
Vorst, H. A. van der (1944)
Wiegerinck, Jan (1956..)
Wiegerinck, Johannes Joseph Oscar Odilia
Williams, H.C.
Winter, D.T. (19452009)
Winter, Dik T. (19452009)

Titles: 
Algorithms and applications on vector and parallel computers, 1987:
Amicable pairs, a survey
Checking the Goldbach conjecture on a vector computer
Collocation methods for weakly singular second kind Volterra integral equations with nonsmooth solution
Colloquium numerical treatment of integral equations
Computation of all the amicable pairs below 1010
Computational sieving applied to some classical numbertheoretic problems
Computer verification of the AnkenyArtinChowla conjecture for all primes less than 100 000 000 000
Disproof of the Mertens conjecture
Divisibility properties of integers x and k satisfying 1k.
European Congress of Mathematics : Amsterdam, 1418 July, 2008
European Congress of Mathematics, c2010:
Factoring integers with large prime variations of the quadratic sieve
Factoring with the quadratic sieve on large vector computers
Factorizations of a n ± 1, 13≤ a< 100
Factorizations of an ± 1, 13≤ a< 100 : update 2
Factorizations of Cunningham numbers with bases 13 to 99
Further results on unitary aliquot sequences
hexagonal versus the square lattice, The
Improved techniques for lower bounds for odd perfect numbers
Iterating the sumofdivisors function
Linear multistep methods for volterra integral and integrodifferential equations
Linear multistep methods for Volterra integral equations of the second kind
New computations concerning the CohenLenstra heuristics
New experimental results concerning the Goldbach conjecture
new lower bound for the de BruijnNewman constant, A
new method for finding amicable pairs, A
Numerical solution of a first kind Fredholm integral equation arising in electronatom scattering
On generating new amicable pairs from given amicable pairs
On øamicable pairs : (with appendix)
On solving the Diophantine equation x3+y3+z3=k on a vector computer
On some conjectural inequalities and their consequences
On the history of the function M(x)/√x since Stieltjes
On the probabilistic complexity of numerically checking the binary Goldbach conjecture in certain intervals
On the sign of the difference π(x) li(x)
On the size of solutions of the inequality f (ax+b) <f (ax)
On the zeros of the error term for the mean square of [z(1/2.
On the zeros of the Riemann zeta function in the critical strip, III
On the zeros of the Riemann zeta function in the critical strip, IV
Optimization of the MPQSfactoring algorithm on the Cyber 205
Optimization of the real level 2 BLAS on the CYBER 205
Parallel processing in numbertheoretical problems
program for solving first kind Fredholm integral equations by means of regularization, A
Rules for constructing hyperperfect numbers
Some experiences of solving 1D semiconductor device equations on a Matrix coprocessor by a domain decomposition method
Some historical and other notes about the Mertens conjecture and its recent disproof
Special issue on massively parallel computing and applications
theoretical and computational study of generalized aliquot sequences, A
Unitary aliquot sequences
Update 1 to: Factorizations of a n ± 1, 13≤ a< 100
Update 1 to: factorizations of an ± 1, 13≤ a< 100
Volterratype integral equations of the second kind with nonsmooth solutins : high order methods based on collocation techniques

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