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- C.L. Stewart, On the distribution of small denominators in the Farey series of order N, Advances in Combinatorics (I. Kotsireas and E. Zima, eds.), Springer-Verlag, (2013), 275-286.

On the distribution of small denominators in the Farey series of order N (PDF) - C.L. Stewart, On prime factors of terms of linear recurrence sequences, ”Number Theory and Related Fields, In memory of Alf van der Poorten” Springer Proceedings in Mathematics and Statistics, (J. Borwein, I. Shparlinski and W. Zudilin, eds.), Volume 43 (2013), 341-359.

On prime factors of terms of linear recurrence sequences (PDF) - C.L. Stewart, Exceptional units and cyclic resultants, II, ”Diophantine methods, lattices, and arith- metic theory of quadratic forms” (W.K. Chan, L. Fukshansky, R. Schulze-Pillot and J. Vaaler, eds.), Contemporary Mathematics
**587**(2013), 191-200.

Exceptional units and cyclic resultants, II (PDF) - C.L. Stewart, On prime factors of integers which are sums or shifted products, CRM Proceedings and Lecture Notes, Volume 46, edited by J.-M. De Koninck, A. Granville and F. Luca, 2008, 275–287.

On prime factors of integers which are sums or shifted products (PDF) - C.L. Stewart, Commentary on I: Primitive divisors, Andrzej Schinzel Selecta, edited by H. Iwaniec, W. Narkiewicz and J. Urbanowicz, European Math. Society (2007), 1033–1035.

Commentary on I: Primitive divisors (PDF) - C.L. Stewart, On the greatest square-free factor of terms of a linear recurrence sequence, Diophantine Equations, edited by N. Saradha, Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi (2008), 257–264.

On the greatest square-free factor of terms of a linear recurrence sequence (PDF) - J. Beck, A. Sárközy and C.L. Stewart, On irregularities of distribution in shifts and dilations of integer sequences, II, Number Theory in Progress, edited by K. Györy, H. Iwaniec and J. Urbanowicz, Walter de Gruyter, Berlin (1999), 633–638.

On irregularities of distribution in shifts and dilations of integer sequences, II (PDF) - C.L. Stewart, Thue equations and elliptic curves, Canadian Mathematical Society Conference Proceedings, Karl Dilcher ed., 15 (1995), 375–386.

Thue equations and elliptic curves (PDF) - A. Baker and C.L. Stewart, On effective approximations to cubic irrationals, New Advances in Transcendence Theory edited by A. Baker, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1988), 1–24.

On effective approximations to cubic irrationals (PDF) - J.H. Evertse, K. Györy, C.L. Stewart and R. Tijdeman, S-unit equations and their applications, New Advances in Transcendence Theory edited by A. Baker, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1988), 110–174.

S-unit equations and their applications (PDF) - C.L. Stewart and R. Tijdeman, On prime factors of sums of integers II, Diophantine Analysis edited by J. Loxton and A. van der Poorten, LMS Lecture Notes, Vol.109, Cambridge University Press (1986), 83–98.

On prime factors of sums of integers II - C.L. Stewart, A note on the product of consecutive integers, Proceedings of the Janos Bolyai Math. Soc. Colloquium on Number Theory, North Holland (1984), 1523–1537.

A note on the product of consecutive integers (PDF) - C.L. Stewart, Primitive divisors of Lucas and Lehmer numbers, Transcendence Theory: Advances and Applications, Academic Press, London and New York (1977), 79–92.

Primitive divisors of Lucas and Lehmer numbers (PDF)

University of Waterloo

200 University Avenue West

Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

N2L 3G1

Departmental office: MC 5304

Phone: 519 888 4567 x33484

Fax: 519 725 0160

Email: puremath@uwaterloo.ca

University of Waterloo

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