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Analytic Number Theory
Introduction Arithmetic functions Elementary theory of prime numbers Characters Summation formulas Classical analytic theory of $L$-functions Elementary sieve methods Bilinear forms and the large
Topics in classical automorphic forms
Introduction The classical modular forms Automorphic forms in general The Eisenstein and the Poincare series Kloosterman sums Bounds for the Fourier coefficients of cusp forms Hecke operators
Spectral methods of automorphic forms
Introduction Harmonic analysis on the Euclidean plane Harmonic analysis on the hyperbolic plane Fuchsian groups Automorphic forms The spectral theorem. Discrete part The automorphic Green function
Primes in arithmetic progressions to large moduli
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Low lying zeros of families of L-functions
In Iwaniec-Sarnak [IS] the percentages of nonvanishing of central values of families of GL_2 automorphic L-functions was investigated. In this paper we examine the distribution of zeros which are at
The cubic moment of central values of automorphic L-functions
The authors study the central values of L-functions in certain families; in particular they bound the sum of the cubes of these values.Contents:
The polynomial $X^2+Y^4$ captures its primes
This article proves that there are infinitely many primes of the form a^2 + b^4, in fact getting the asymptotic formula. The main result is that \sum_{a^2 + b^4\le x} \Lambda(a^2 + b^4) =
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