## A remark about factorizing GCD-type (2008)

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@MISC{Luque08aremark,

author = {Jean-gabriel Luque},

title = {A remark about factorizing GCD-type},

year = {2008}

}

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### Abstract

We show that a very elementary trick allows to generalize a theorem of Linström to higher determinants. As a special case, one recovers some results due to Lehmer and Haukkannen on hyperdeterminants of GCD matrices. 1

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Citation Context ...long in a factor closed set (i.e. all the factors of an element belong to the set) as a product of Euler’s totient. The interest of this kind of equalities lies in its links with arithmetic functions =-=[1]-=- and in particular multiplicative functions (see [7, 8] for interesting remarks about the last notion). During the last century, many generalizations of the Smith theorem have been investigated. One o... |

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Citation Context ... an element belong to the set) as a product of Euler’s totient. The interest of this kind of equalities lies in its links with arithmetic functions [1] and in particular multiplicative functions (see =-=[7, 8]-=- for interesting remarks about the last notion). During the last century, many generalizations of the Smith theorem have been investigated. One of the way to extend this result 1consists on changing ... |