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For polynomials over finite fields see the page on polynomials

- 11T06: Polynomials
- 11T22: Cyclotomy
- 11T23: Exponential sums
- 11T24: Other character sums and Gauss sums
- 11T30: Structure theory
- 11T55: Arithmetic theory of polynomial rings over finite fields
- 11T60: Finite upper half-planes [new in 2000]
- 11T71: Algebraic coding theory; cryptography
- 11T99: None of the above but in this section

Parent field: 11: Number Theory

Browse all (old) classifications for this area at the AMS.

McEliece, Robert J.: "Finite fields for computer scientists and engineers", Kluwer Academic Publisher, Boston, Mass., 1987. 207 pp. ISBN 0-89838-191-6

Lang, Serge: "Cyclotomic fields I and II", With an appendix by Karl Rubin. Graduate Texts in Mathematics, 121. Springer-Verlag, New York-Berlin, 1990. 433 pp. ISBN 0-387-96671-4

There is a journal, Finite Fields and Their Application.

See also the references for number theory in general.

- Elementary remarks about solving equations mod N.
- Solving a^2+b^2+1=a mod 2^r.
- Fastest modular multiplications (summary, lit review)
- Citation: finding primitive roots in finite fields.
- Is there an easy way to calculate primitive roots?
- Artin's conjecture: any positive nonsquare is a primitive root for infinitely many primes. (Open)
- Is a a primitive root for infinitely many primes?
- Heath-Brown's theorem on primitive roots.
- Computing modular square roots.
- Tonelli's method of extracting square roots mod p
- Solving x^2+y^2+1=0 mod p efficiently
- How many solutions to x^3=2 mod p? (Class field theory) [Noam Elkies]
- What is the complexity of the discrete log calculation?
- Peculiar set of equations equivalent to : solve x^2=-x mod n
- How many quadratic residues in a row mod p? (Lit review)
- The Law of Quadratic Reciprocity
- Proof of the quadratic reciprocity theorem.
- Quartic reciprocity
- Comparisons between Jacobi, Kronecker, and Legendre symbols.
- Software announcement: ZEN, for finite fields and related topics.

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