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clustering permutations by shared subsequences
Not a bad question. Not a good fit for here. Teu scicomp.stackexchange they deal with this kind of problem routinely. Or CrossValidated
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Lie Symmetries of the Bessel Differential Equation
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The sequence $a_{n+1}=\left\lceil \frac{-1+\sqrt{5}}{2}a_{n}-a_{n-1} \right\rceil$ is periodic
Noam, how do you know to turn 72 degrees?
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How to prove this determinant is positive-II?
I find it interesting such a many-body problem hinges on such a basic result
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What kind of geometric object is the Pauli spin matrix vector $\vec{\sigma} = (\sigma_1, \sigma_2, \sigma_3)$?
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What kind of geometric object is the Pauli spin matrix vector $\vec{\sigma} = (\sigma_1, \sigma_2, \sigma_3)$?
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Computing $\prod_p(\frac{p^2-1}{p^2+1})$ without the zeta function?
Ihara Kaneko zagier double shuffle relation?
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How do estimates on $N_\chi(\alpha,T)$ lead to the Dirichlet prime number theorem for arithmetic sequences?
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How do estimates on $N_\chi(\alpha,T)$ lead to the Dirichlet prime number theorem for arithmetic sequences?
Someday this style will feel more natural. For now I will use the outline you have provided. Thank you for writing this!
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How do estimates on $N_\chi(\alpha,T)$ lead to the Dirichlet prime number theorem for arithmetic sequences?
Is there a way to prove PNT for arithmetic progressions using the methods in this paper? Or maybe I should just Bombieri-Vinogradov as a subsitute
eudml.org/doc/142061
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How do estimates on $N_\chi(\alpha,T)$ lead to the Dirichlet prime number theorem for arithmetic sequences?
As you can see I am having much difficulty understanding the relationship betweent the various theorems. Graduatelly I am learning the names of the standard books, like Iwaniec-Kowalski or Davenport or Montomery-Vaughn which have almost everything I want to know. Even if it's classical by the modern standard.
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How do estimates on $N_\chi(\alpha,T)$ lead to the Dirichlet prime number theorem for arithmetic sequences?
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How do estimates on $N_\chi(\alpha,T)$ lead to the Dirichlet prime number theorem for arithmetic sequences?
The bound I quite is from one of Gallagher's Large Sieve papers. I am concluding their language is either inconsistent or false.
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