Sieve Methods, Exponential Sums, and their Applications in Number Theory
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 G. R. H. Greaves, University of Wales College of Cardiff
 G. Harman, University of Wales College of Cardiff
 M. N. Huxley, University of Wales College of Cardiff
 Date Published: February 1997
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This volume comprises the proceedings of the 1995 Cardiff symposium on sieve methods, exponential sums, and their applications in number theory. Included are contributions from leading international figures in this area, which encompasses the main branches of analytic number theory. In particular, many of the papers reflect the interaction among the different fields of sieve theory, Dirichlet series (including the Riemann Zetafunction), and exponential sums, while displaying the subtle interplay between the additive and multiplicative aspects of the subjects. The fundamental problems discussed include recent work on Waring's problem, primes in arithmetical progressions, Goldbach numbers in short intervals, the ABC conjecture, and the moments of the Riemann Zetafunction.
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 Date Published: February 1997
 format: Paperback
 isbn: 9780521589574
 length: 360 pages
 dimensions: 229 x 152 x 20 mm
 weight: 0.53kg
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Table of Contents
1. The exceptional set for Goldbach's problem in short intervals R. C. Baker, G. Harman and J. Pintz
2. On an additive property of stable sets A. Balog and I. Rusza
3. Squarefree values of polynomials and the abcconjecture J. Browkin, M. Filaseta, G. Greaves and A. Schinzel
4. The values of binary linear forms at prime arguments J. Brüdern, R. J. Cook and A. Perelli
5. Some applications of sieves of dimension exceeding 1 H. Diamond and H. Halberstam
6. Representations by the determinant and mean values of Lfunctions W. Duke, J. Friedlander and H. Iwaniec
7. On MontgomeryHooley asymptotic formula D. A. Goldston and R. C. Vaughan
8. Franel integrals R. R. Hall
9. Eratosthenes, Legendre, Vinogradov and beyond G. Harman
10. On hypothesis K* in Waring's problem C. Hooley
11. Moments of differences between squarefree numbers M. N. Huxley
12. On the ternary additive problem and the sixth moment of the zetafunction A. Ivic
13. A variant of the circle method M. Jutila
14. The resemblance of the behaviour of the remainder terms Es(t), D12s(x) and R(s+it) I. Kiuchi and K. Matsumoto
15. A note on the number of divisors of quadratic polynomials J. McKee
16. On the distribution of integer points in the real locus of an affine toric variety B. Z. Moroz
17. An asymptotic expansion of the square of the Riemann zetafunction Y. Motohashi
18. The mean square of Dedekind zetafunctions of quadratic number fields Y. Motohashi
19. Artin's conjecture and elliptic analogues M. R. Murty.
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