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This is the Prime Pages' interface to our BibTeX database.  Rather than being an exhaustive database, it just lists the references we cite on these pages.  Please let me know of any errors you notice.
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All items with keys beginning with the letter(s): f

F1985
E. Fouvry, "Théorème de Brun-Titchmarsh; application au théorèm de Fermat," Ivent. Math., 79:2 (1985) 383--407.  MR 86g:11052
Faltings95
G. Faltings, "The proof of Fermat's last theorem by R. Taylor and A. Wiles," Notices Amer. Math. Soc., 42:7 (1995) 743--746.  MR 96i:11030 (Annotation available)
Ferrier47
A. Ferrier, Les nombres premiers, Libairie Vuibert, 1947.  Boulevard Saint-Germain, Paris, MR 9,134f
Ferrier52
A. Ferrier, "The determination of a large prime," Math. Tables Aids Comput., 6 (1952) 256.  Available from JSTOR. [This excerpt from a letter to the editor details Ferrier's proof that (2148-1)/17 is prime via a desk calculator.]
FFK2008
Filaseta, Michael, Finch, Carrie and Kozek, Mark, "On powers associated with Sierpi\'nski numbers, Riesel numbers and Polignac's conjecture," J. Number Theory, 128:7 (2008) 1916--1940.  MR2423742
FG91
G. Fee and A. Granville, "The prime factors of Wendt's binomial circulant determinant," Math. Comp., 57:196 (1991) 839--848.  MR 92f:11183
FI97
J. Friedlander and H. Iwaniec, "Using a parity-sensitive sieve to count prime values of a polynomial," Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U. S. A., 94 (1997) 1054--1058.  MR 98b:11097 (Annotation available)
FI98
J. Friedlander and H. Iwaniec, "The polynomial X2 + Y4 captures its primes," Ann. Math., series 2, 148:3 (1998) 945--1040.  MR 2000c:11150a [See also [FI97, FI98b].]
FI98b
J. Friedlander and H. Iwaniec, "Asymptotic series for primes," Ann. Math., 148:3 (1998) 1041--1065.  MR 2000c:11150b [See also [FI97, FI98].]
Filipponi90
P. Filipponi, "Fibonacci pseudoprimes to 4.3 · 109," Abstracts Amer. Math. Soc., 11:2 (1990) 231.  Abstract 90T-11-28.
FKMW2003
Franke, J., Kleinjung, T., Morain, F. and Wirth, T., Proving the primality of very large numbers with fastECPP.  In "Algorithmic number theory," Lecture Notes in Comput. Sci. Vol, 3076, Springer, Berlin, 2004.  pp. 194--207, (http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-24847-7_14) MR 2137354
FKMW2004
J. Franke, T. Kleinjung, F. Morain and T. Wirth, Proving the primality of very large numbers with fastecpp.  In "Algorithmic Number Theory," D. Buell editor, Lecture Notes in Comput. Sci. Vol, 3076, Springer-Verlag, 2004.  pp. 194--207, 6th International Symposium, ANTS-VI, Burlington, VT, USA, June 2004, Proceedings.  (http://link.springer.de/link/service/series/0558/tocs/t3076.htm)
Flehinger1966
B. J. Flehinger, "On the probability that a random integer has initial digit A," Amer. Math. Monthly, 73 (1966) 1056--1061.  MR 34:4237
Forbes1999
T. Forbes, "Prime clusters and Cunningham chains," Math. Comp., 68:228 (1999) 1739--1747.  MR 99m:11007
Forbes2002
T. Forbes, "Fifteen consecutive integers with exactly four prime factors," Math. Comp., (2002) to appear in print.
Abstract: We describe a successful search for a sequence of fifteen consecutive integers, each the product of exactly four prime factors. Fifteen is best possible.
Forbes95
T. Forbes, "Prime k--tuplets -- 9," M500, 146 (September 1995) 6--8.
Forbes97
T. Forbes, "A large pair of twin primes," Math. Comp., 66 (1997) 451-455.  MR 97c:11111
Abstract: We describe an efficient integer squaring algorithm (involving the fast Fourier transform modulo F8) that was used on a 486 computer to discover a large pair of twin primes.
[The twin primes 6797727 · 215328± 1 are found on a 486 microcomputer]
FP95
Z. Franco and C. Pomerance, "On a conjecture of Crandall concerning the qx+1 problem," Math. Comp., 64 (1995) 1333--1336.  MR 95j:11019
FR89
Fliegel, H. F. and Robertson, D. S., "Goldbach's comet: the numbers related to Goldbach's conjecture," J. Recreational Math., 21:1 (1989) 1--7.
Fujimoto82
S. Fujmoto and M. Nishiwaki, Seizo suru origami asobi no shotai (creative invitation to playing with origami, Japanese), Asahi Culture Center, 1982.  Tokyo,
Furry42
W. H. Furry, "Number of primes and probability considerations," Nature, 150 (1942) 120--121.
Furstenberg55
H. Fürstenberg, "On the infinitude of primes," Amer. Math. Monthly, 62 (1955) 353.  MR 16,904e
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