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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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Item(s) in original BibTeX format

@book{CP2001,
	author={R. Crandall and C. Pomerance},
	title={Prime numbers: a computational perspective},
	abstract={[From the preface:] In this volume we have endeavored to provide a middle
		ground--hopefully even a bridge--between "theory" and "experiment" in the
		matter of prime numbers. Of course, we speak of number theory and computer
		experiment. There are great books on the abstract properties of prime numbers.
		Each of us working in the field enjoys his or her favorite classics. But
		the experiment side is relatively new. Even though it can be forcefully
		put that computer science is by no means young, as there have been arguably
		been four or five computer "revolutions" by now, it is the case that the
		theoretical underpinings of prime numbers go back centuries, even millennia.
		So, we believe that there is room for treatises based on the celebrated
		classical ideas, yet authored from a modern computational perspective.},
	publisher= sv,
	year= 2001,
	address= ny,
	pages={xvi+545},
	mrnumber={2002a:11007},
	isbn={0-387-94777-9},
	annote={This is a valuable text written by true experts in two different areas:
		computational and theoretical respectively. There is now a second edition \cite{CP2005}.}
}

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