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data.zsqrtd.gaussian_int

Gaussian integers

The Gaussian integers are complex integer, complex numbers whose real and imaginary parts are both integers.

Main definitions

The Euclidean domain structure on ℤ[i] is defined in this file.

The homomorphism to_complex into the complex numbers is also defined in this file.

Main statements

prime_iff_mod_four_eq_three_of_nat_prime A prime natural number is prime in ℤ[i] if and only if it is 3 mod 4

Notations

This file uses the local notation ℤ[i] for gaussian_int

Implementation notes

Gaussian integers are implemented using the more general definition zsqrtd, the type of integers adjoined a square root of d, in this case -1. The definition is reducible, so that properties and definitions about zsqrtd can easily be used.

def gaussian_int  :
Type

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The embedding of the Gaussian integers into the complex numbers, as a ring homomorphism.

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theorem gaussian_int.to_complex_def' (x y : ) :
{re := x, im := y} = x + (y) * complex.I

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theorem gaussian_int.to_complex_re (x y : ) :
{re := x, im := y}.re = x

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theorem gaussian_int.to_complex_im (x y : ) :
{re := x, im := y}.im = y

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theorem gaussian_int.to_complex_add (x y : gaussian_int) :
(x + y) = x + y

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theorem gaussian_int.to_complex_mul (x y : gaussian_int) :
x * y = (x) * y

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theorem gaussian_int.to_complex_sub (x y : gaussian_int) :
(x - y) = x - y

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theorem gaussian_int.mod_def (x y : gaussian_int) :
x % y = x - y * (x / y)

theorem gaussian_int.sum_two_squares_of_nat_prime_of_not_irreducible (p : ) [hp : fact (nat.prime p)] :
¬irreducible p(∃ (a b : ), a ^ 2 + b ^ 2 = p)

A prime natural number is prime in ℤ[i] if and only if it is 3 mod 4