Jeffrey O. Shallit
Areas of interest:
Combinatorics on words,
formal languages and automata theory (especially connections with
algorithmic number theory (primality testing, factoring, etc.),
history of mathematics and computer science,
ethical use of computers, debunking pseudoscience and pseudomathematics.
my rating at ratemyprofessors.com.
Here I am on google scholar citations.
Are you interested in graduate study in theoretical computer science?
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- The combinatorics on words wiki (send me e-mail to get an account to edit it)
My new book, Neverending Fractions, co-written with Jon Borwein, Wadim Zudilin, and the late Alf van der Poorten (1943-2010)
ACM Distinguished Scientist, 2008.
A Second Course in Formal Languages
and Automata Theory, Cambridge University Press,
- Automatic Sequences: Theory,
Cambridge University Press, July 2003.
- Algorithmic Number Theory
published by MIT Press, August 1996.
- Editor-in-chief, Journal of
- Center for Applied
- Courses taught by JOS
- Curriculum vitae of JOS (not updated since 2002, sorry!)
- Selected papers of JOS
- Recent talks by JOS
- Book reviews by JOS
- Published and unpublished essays by JOS
- Co-Authors of JOS
- Graduate students supervised by JOS
- Library catalogues
- Links to other CS and math-related sites
- This week's Math/CS talks at Waterloo
- Upcoming talks in our Algorithms and Complexity group
- CS Theory Event Aggregator
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