Additive polynomials over perfect fields

2011-07-29
Durhan, Salih
Additive polynomials in one variable over valued fields of positive characteristic are sufficiently well understood in terms of their approximation properties. We extend results in this direction to multi-variable additive polynomials over perfect valued fields.
2nd International Conference and Workshop on Valuation Theory

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Citation Formats
S. Durhan, “Additive polynomials over perfect fields,” SPAIN, 2011, p. 219, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/63455.