Analytic number theory / Henryk Iwaniec, Emmanuel Kowalski

Auteur: Iwaniec, Henryk (1947-) - AuteurCo-auteur: Kowalski, Emmanuel (1969-) - AuteurType de document: MonographieCollection: Colloquium publications ; 53Langue: anglaisPays: Etats UnisÉditeur: Providence : American Mathematical Society, 2004Description: 1 vol. (XI-615 p.) ; 26 cm ISBN: 9780821836330 ; rel. Résumé: The first two sentences of the preface describe the goals of the authors: “This book shows the scope of analytic number theory in classical and modern directions. There are no division lines; in fact our intent is to demonstrate, particularly for newcomers, the fascinating countless interrelations." Compared with some more or less recent monographs on various branches of analytic number theory such as the zeta- and L-functions with applications to the distribution of primes, exponential and character sums, sieve methods, automorphic functions with spectral theory, Diophantine problems, the circle method, and so on, the range of topics in this comprehensive volume is remarkably wide. Indeed, all the topics mentioned above are covered, among others. There are 26 chapters starting from “Arithmetic Functions" and ending with “Central Values of L-functions". ... (Zentralblatt).Bibliographie: Bibliogr. Index. Sujets MSC: 11Lxx Number theory -- Exponential sums and character sums
11Mxx Number theory -- Zeta and L-functions: analytic theory
11Nxx Number theory -- Multiplicative number theory
11Fxx Number theory -- Discontinuous groups and automorphic forms
11T23 Number theory -- Finite fields and commutative rings (number-theoretic aspects) -- Exponential sums
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Bibliogr. Index

The first two sentences of the preface describe the goals of the authors: “This book shows the scope of analytic number theory in classical and modern directions. There are no division lines; in fact our intent is to demonstrate, particularly for newcomers, the fascinating countless interrelations." Compared with some more or less recent monographs on various branches of analytic number theory such as the zeta- and L-functions with applications to the distribution of primes, exponential and character sums, sieve methods, automorphic functions with spectral theory, Diophantine problems, the circle method, and so on, the range of topics in this comprehensive volume is remarkably wide. Indeed, all the topics mentioned above are covered, among others. There are 26 chapters starting from “Arithmetic Functions" and ending with “Central Values of L-functions". ... (Zentralblatt)

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