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Divisibility of Trinomials by Irreducible Polynomials over F_2
Irreducible trinomials of given degree n over F_2 do not always exist and in the cases that there is no irreducible trinomial of degree n it may be effective to use trinomials with an irreducible factor of degree n. In this paper we consider some conditions under which irreducible polynomials divide trinomials over F_2. A condition for divisibility of self-reciprocal trinomials by irreducible polynomials over F_2 is established. And we extend Welch's criterion for testing if an irreducible polynomial divides trinomials ...
On Oseen Resolvent Estimates: A Negative Result
We consider the resolvent problem for the scalar Oseen equation in the whole space R^3. We show that for small values of the resolvent parameter it is impossible to obtain an L^2-estimate analogous to the one which is valid for the Stokes resolvent, even if the resolvent parameter has positive real part.
On the relationship between the Method of Least Squares and Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization
The method of Least Squares is due to Carl Friedrich Gauss. The Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization method is of much younger date. A method for solving Least Squares Problems is developed which automatically results in the appearance of the Gram-Schmidt orthogonalizers. Given these orthogonalizers an induction-proof is available for solving Least Squares Problems.