Number Theoretic Methods

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Dezember 2002



This volume contains the proceedings of the very successful second China-Japan Seminar held in lizuka, Fukuoka, Japan, during March 12-16, 2001 under the support of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) and the National Science Foundation of China (NSFC), and some invited papers of eminent number-theorists who visited Japan during 1999-2001 at the occasion of the Conference at the Research Institute of Mathematical Sciences (RIMS), Kyoto University. The proceedings of the 1st China-Japan Seminar held in September 1999 in Beijing has been published recently {2002) by Kluwer as DEVM 6 which also contains some invited papers. The topics of that volume are, however, restricted to analytic number theory and many papers in this field are assembled. In this volume, we return to the lines of the previous one "Number Theory and its Applications", published as DEVM 2 by Kluwer in 1999 and uphold the spirit of presenting various topics in number theory and related areas with possible applica­ tions, in a unified manner, and this time in nearly a book form with a well-prepared index. We accomplish this task by collecting highly informative and readable survey papers (including half-survey type papers), giving overlooking surveys of the hith­ erto obtained results in up-to-the-hour form with insight into the new developments, which are then analytically continued to a collection of high standard research papers which are concerned with rather diversed areas and will give good insight into new researches in the new century.


Preface. A limiting form of the q Dixon 4pi3 summation and related partition identities; K. Alladi, A. Berkovich. Arithmetical properties of solutions of linear second order q-difference equations; M. Amou, T. Matala-aho. Ramanujan's contributions to Eisenstein series, especially in his lost notebook; B.C. Berndt, Ae Ja Yee. New applications as a result of Galochkin on linear independence; P. Bundschuh. Partitions, modulo prime powers and binomial coefficients; Tianxin Cai. Infinite sums, diophantine equations and Fermat's last theorem; H. Darmon, C. Levesque. On the nature of the 'explicit formulas' in analytic number theory a simple example; C. Deninger. Product representations by rationals; P.D.T.A. Elliott. On the distribution of alphaP modulo 1; Chaohua Jia. Ramanujan's formula and modular forms; S. Kanemitsu, Y. Tanigawa, M. Yoshimoto. Waldspurger's formula and central critical values of L-functions of newforms in weight aspect; W. Kohnen, J. Sengupta. Primitive roots: a survey; Shuguang Li, C. Pomerance. Zeta-functions defined by two polynomials; K. Matsumoto, Lin Weng. Some aspects on interactions between algebraic number theory and analytic number theory; K. Miyake. On G-functions and Padé approximations; M. Nagata. A penultimate step toward cubic theta-Weyl sums; Y. Nakai. Some results in view of Nevanlinna theory; J. Noguchi. A historical comment about the GVT in short interval; Pan Chingbiao. Convexity and intersection of random spaces; M. Shcherbina, B. Tirozzi. Generalized hypergeometric series and the symmetries of 3-J and 6-J coefficients; Stability and new non-Abelian zeta functions; Lin Weng. A hybrid mean value of L-functions and general quadratic Gauss sums; ZhangWenpeng. Index.
EAN: 9781402010804
ISBN: 140201080X
Untertitel: Future Trends. 2003. Auflage. Book. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Springer
Erscheinungsdatum: Dezember 2002
Seitenanzahl: 460 Seiten
Format: gebunden
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