By Carl Pomerance, Michael Th. Rassias (eds.)
This quantity incorporates a selection of learn and survey papers written through essentially the most eminent mathematicians within the foreign neighborhood and is devoted to Helmut Maier, whose personal study has been groundbreaking and deeply influential to the sector. particular emphasis is given to issues relating to exponential and trigonometric sums and their habit briefly periods, anatomy of integers and cyclotomic polynomials, small gaps in sequences of sifted major numbers, oscillation theorems for primes in mathematics progressions, inequalities regarding the distribution of primes briefly periods, the Möbius functionality, Euler’s totient functionality, the Riemann zeta functionality and the Riemann speculation. Graduate scholars, examine mathematicians, in addition to machine scientists and engineers who're drawn to natural and interdisciplinary learn, will locate this quantity an invaluable resource.
Contributors to this volume:
Bill Allombert, Levent Alpoge, Nadine Amersi, Yuri Bilu, Régis de los angeles Bretèche, Christian Elsholtz, John B. Friedlander, Kevin Ford, Daniel A. Goldston, Steven M. Gonek, Andrew Granville, Adam J. Harper, Glyn Harman, D. R. Heath-Brown, Aleksandar Ivić, Geoffrey Iyer, Jerzy Kaczorowski, Daniel M. Kane, Sergei Konyagin, Dimitris Koukoulopoulos, Michel L. Lapidus, Oleg Lazarev, Andrew H. Ledoan, Robert J. Lemke Oliver, Florian Luca, James Maynard, Steven J. Miller, Hugh L. Montgomery, Melvyn B. Nathanson, Ashkan Nikeghbali, Alberto Perelli, Amalia Pizarro-Madariaga, János Pintz, Paul Pollack, Carl Pomerance, Michael Th. Rassias, Maksym Radziwiłł, Joël Rivat, András Sárközy, Jeffrey Shallit, Terence Tao, Gérald Tenenbaum, László Tóth, Tamar Ziegler, Liyang Zhang.
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Analytic Number Theory: In Honor of Helmut Maier's 60th Birthday by Carl Pomerance, Michael Th. Rassias (eds.)