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Mean square of zeta function, circle problem and divisor problem revisited

@article{Bourgain2017MeanSO,
  title={Mean square of zeta function, circle problem and divisor problem revisited},
  author={Jean Bourgain and Nigel Watt},
  journal={arXiv: Analysis of PDEs},
  year={2017}
}
This paper is closely related to the recent work [BW17] of the same authors and our purpose is to elaborate more on some of the results and methods from [BW17]. More specifically our goal is two-fold. Firstly, we will indicate how a simple variant related to Section 4 in [BW17] leads to the following improvements of Theorem 3 in [BW17] 
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