Number Theory

15, Developments in Mathematics
Tradition and Modernization, Academic/professional/technical: Undergraduate. Academic/professional/technical: Postgraduate
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Deals with various aspects of number theory, with some chapters taking an algorithmic point of view and some taking a historical perspective
Preface About the book and the conference List of participants Positive finiteness of number systems (S. Akiyama) On a distribution property of the resudual order of a (mod p) -IV (K. Chinen and L. Murata) Diagonalizing 'bad" Hecke operators on spaces of cusp forms (Y.-J. Choie and W. Kohnen) On the Hilbert-Kamke and the Vinogradov problems in additive number theory (V. N. Chubarikov) The Goldbach-Vinogradov theorem in arithmetic progressions (Z. Cui) Densities of sets of primes related to decimal expansion of rational numbers (T. Hadano, Y. Kitaoka, T. Kubota and M. Nozaki) Spherical functions on p-adic homogeneous spaces (Y. Hironaka) On modular forms of weight (6n + 1)=5 satisfying a certain differential equation (M. Kaneko) Some aspects of the modular relation (S. Kanemitsu, Y. Tanigawa, H. Tsukada and M. Yoshimoto) Zeros of automorphic L-functions and noncyclic base change (J. Liu and Y. Ye) Analytic properties of multiple zeta-functions in several variables (K. Matsumoto) Cubic fields and Mordell curves (K. Miyake) Towards the reciprocity of quartic theta-Weyl sums, and beyond (Y.-N. Nakai) Explicit congruences for Euler polynomials (Z.-W. Sun) Square-free integers as sums of two squares (W. Zhai) Some applications of L-functions to the mean value of the Dedekind sums and Cochrane sums (W. Zhang) Index
This book collects survey and research papers on various topics in number theory. Although the topics and descriptive details appear varied, they are unified by two underlying principles: first, readability, and second, a smooth transition from traditional approaches to modern ones. Thus, on one hand, the traditional approach is presented in great detail, and on the other, the modernization of the methods in number theory is elaborated.
Autor: Wenpeng Zhang
ISBN-13:: 9780387304144
ISBN: 0387304142
Erscheinungsjahr: 01.05.2008
Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
Gewicht: 565g
Seiten: 242
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Buch, 245x165x19 mm, 5 illustrations, 13 tab.