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Number

Integers algorithms
(1329 downloads for this version - 19999 downloads for all versions)
Details
Version
1.4
Author
Michael Baudin
Owner Organization
Consortium Scilab - DIGITEO, and others
Maintainers
John Gliksberg
Michael Baudin
Category
License
Dependencies
Creation Date
September 8, 2015
Source created on
Scilab 6.0.x
Binaries available on
Scilab 6.0.x:
Windows 64-bit Windows 32-bit Linux 64-bit Linux 32-bit MacOSX
Install command
--> atomsInstall("number")
Description
            Purpose
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The goal of this toolbox is to provide several Number theory related
algorithms. 
The toolbox is based on macros.
The implementation uses Scilab's double precision integers, 
therefore is limited to integers in the [-2^53,2^53] interval.

Features
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 * number_addgroupmod — Returns the additive group modulo m.
 * number_coprime — Checks if two numbers are relatively prime.
 * number_eulertotient — Returns Euler totient function
 * number_extendedeuclid — Solves a linear Diophantine equation (Bezout
identity).
 * number_gcd — Greatest common divisor.
 * number_inversemod — Computes the modular multiplicative inverse.
 * number_isdivisor — Checks if a divides b.
 * number_lcm — Least common multiple.
 * number_powermod — Modular exponentiation.
 * number_productmod — Computes a*s modulo m.
 * number_solvelinmod — Solves a linear modular equation.
 * number_ulamspiral — Returns the Ulam spiral.

Conversion

 * number_barygui — Plots a gui to see the digits of a number.
 * number_baryguiclose — Closes the bary GUI.
 * number_bin2hex — Converts a binary string into a hexadecimal string.
 * number_frombary — Compute a number from a matrix of digits.
 * number_hex2bin — Converts an hexadecimal string into a binary string.
 * number_tobary — Decompose a number into arbitrary basis.

Factorization

 * number_factor — Factors a number.
 * number_getfactors — Compute the divisors of a number.
 * number_getprimefactors — Factors a number into primes and exponents.
 
Multiplicative Group

 * number_isprimroot — See if a is a primitive root modulo m.
 * number_multgroupmod — Returns the multiplicative group modulo m.
 * number_multorder — Computes the multiplicative order modulo m.
 * number_searchprimroot — Find a primitive root modulo m.

Prime numbers

 * number_isprime — Checks if a number is prime.
 * number_maximalprimegap — Returns the maximal prime gap.
 * number_multiprimality — Returns the number of prime factors of n.
 * number_primecount — Returns the value of the prime-counting function.
 * number_primes — Computes the list of all primes up to n.
 * number_primes100 — Returns a matrix containing the 100 first primes.
 * number_primes1000 — Returns a matrix containing the 1000 first primes.
 * number_primes10000 — Returns a matrix containing the 10 000 first primes.
 * number_primorial — Returns the product of all primes lower or equal to n
 * number_probableprime — Check if a number is a probable prime.
 * number_pseudoprime — Check if a number is a pseudo prime.

Special Numbers

 * number_carmichael — Returns some Carmichael numbers.
 * number_fermat — Returns the Fermat number 2^2^n + 1
 * number_mersenne — Returns the Mersenne number 2^n - 1
            
Files (2)
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Source code archive

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OS-independent binary for Scilab 6.0.x
Binary version
Automatically generated by the ATOMS compilation chain

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Comment from Jonas Vieira De Souza -- June 6, 2017, 01:27:45 AM    

Congratulations on the toolbox!

I have a doubt.
What was the method for generating the binary macros?
Like this one here: "number_addgroupmod.bin".

The macros I create, by the save () function, causes Scilab to lock / close.
For example:
function r = f()
   r = 3;
endfunction
save('r.bin', 'r');
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