John David Brillhart is a mathematician, professor emeritus at the University of Arizona. He was born in 1930. He is known for his work in integer factorization, including the development of the continued fraction factorization method. He has been a principal participant in the Cunningham project.
He is in the process of editing the collected works of Leonard Carlitz.
- Morrison, Michael A.; Brillhart, John (January 1975). "A Method of Factoring and the Factorization of F7". Mathematics of Computation. American Mathematical Society. 29 (129): 183–205. doi:10.2307/2005475. JSTOR 2005475.
- John Brillhart at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
- Brillhart, John; Lehmer, D.H.; Selfridge, J.L.; Tuckerman, Bryant; Wagstaff Jr, S.S. (2002). Factorizations of bn ± 1, b=2,3,5,6,7,10,11,12 Up to High Powers. American Mathematical Society. ISBN 0-8218-3301-4.
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