Periods of Fibonacci Functions Modulo m

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Nattaporn Thongngam
Ronnason Chinram


 A Fibonacci function is a function f: Z → Z such that f(x+2) = f(x+1) + f(x) for all x∈Z. A Fibonacci function is a generalization of the Fibonacci sequence and Lucas sequence. The purpose of this research is to study periods of Fibonacci functions modulo m and connect to the period of the Fibonacci sequence and Lucas sequence modulo m


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