
Paul C. Pasles, Villanova
University Department of Mathematics and Statistics office: Saint Augustine Center 324 
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Convergence of Poincaré series with two complex coweights. Contemporary Mathematics 251, 2000.
A Hecke correspondence theorem for nonanalytic automorphic integrals. J. of Number Theory 83:2, 2000.
The lost
squares of Dr. Franklin. American Mathematical Monthly
108:6,
2001. howto
page rare squares
circle gazette
Row
coincidences in nonsingular binary matrices. European J. of
Combinatorics 22:2, 2001. (With O. Marrero.)
A generalization of the Lipschitz summation formula & some applications. Proc. Amer. Math. Society 129:11, 2001. (With W. Pribitkin.)
Binary
matrices. Elemente der Mathematik 57:4, 2002. (With O. Marrero.)
Digging for squares. Math
Horizons 9:4, 2002. web
supplement
Multiplier systems.
Acta
Arithmetica 108:3, 2003.
Coin ToGa:
A cointossing game. College Mathematics Journal 34:3,
2003.
(With O.
Marrero.)
Franklin's other 8square. Journal of Recreational Mathematics 31:3, 2003.
Some magic squares of distinction. Math Horizons 11, 2004.
A strange new prime pattern. (With O. Marrero.) Journal of Recreational Mathematics 33:4, 2005.
A
bent for magic. Mathematics
Magazine 31:3, 2006.
Benjamin Franklin's Numbers
(book). Princeton University Press, 2008.
Markov and Coin ToGa. (With O. Marrero.)
Mathematics
and Computer Education 42,
2008.
Fibonacci matrices and modular forms.
Fibonacci Quarterly 48:4, 2010.
Pictorial moments of Coin ToGa. (With O. Marrero.)
Mathematics
and Computer Education 45,
2011.
Convergence of Poincaré series on Hecke groups of large width.
Submitted.
A combinatorial transportation problem. (With O. Marrero.)
Submitted.
MAT 13201325/ Calculus for Liberal Arts III
MAT 13301335/ Calculus and Quantitative Analysis III
MAT 150015052500/ Calculus IIIIII
MAT 3300/ Advanced Calculus
MAT 3500/ Modern
Algebra
MAT 4110/
Combinatorics