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integer

a whole number; not a fraction.
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In this paper it is analyzed how the public key cryptosystem based on number theoretic transforms over a ring of integer modulo a composite number N is vulnerable to brute force attack.
NQR(Z) the neutrosophic quadruple ring of integers is a neutrosophic quadruple integral domain.
where the inverse was computed using the Euclidean algorithm in the ring of integers modulo p.
Knowing that the coherent cohomology of polydisks vanishes also opens the road towards computing global cohomology groups for projective analytic spaces over ring of integers of number fields.
Prominent examples are the ring of integers Z and the ring of polynomials Z[[]x].
They include discussions of the Galois map and its induced maps, when direct sums of modules inherit certain properties, prime rings with left derivations, some commutativity theorems concerning additive mappings and derivations on semi-prime rings, a short proof that continuous modules are clean, and imprimitive regular action in the ring of integers modulo n.