bio | website | ideasfornumbertheory.com |
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location | France | |
age | 33 | |
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I'm a former student in physics fond of number theory, especially Hilbert's 8th problem, further generalizations of the Riemann Hypothesis and almost everything related to prime numbers and L Functions. I'm also interested in Galois Theory even though I still don't know much about it.
Jul 27 |
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Counting function for prime pair with bounded gaps between them
And maybe the OP would be glad to know that conjecturally, one can take $h(m)=m\log m$. |
Jul 22 |
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Does the proof of Conjectures B and D of Hardy and Littlewood have any implication on the generalized Riemann hypothesis they used?
Your question is interesting, but please keep in mind that the right spelling is Riemann, not Reimann. |
Jul 21 |
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Automorphisms of del Pezzo surfaces
Maybe a silly comment cause I know nothing about the subject, but can't $\alpha$ be an involution different from the identity? |
Jul 19 |
asked | What would both Goldbach's conjecture and GRH tell us about the distribution of k-central numbers? |
Jul 14 |
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Does such a morphism necessarily coincide with the degree?
Not even under Ramanujan conjecture? |
Jul 14 |
asked | Does such a morphism necessarily coincide with the degree? |
Jul 10 |
asked | Is there a rather natural space an automorphism of which is the Mellin transform? |
Jul 8 |
answered | Should one attack hard problems? |
Jul 7 |
accepted | The “maximal” field associated to the Selberg class |
Jul 5 |
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Must a proof of the asymptotic Goldbach conjecture be effective to imply GRH?
de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Riemannsche_Vermutung, in which one can read " Andrew Granville konnte zeigen, dass die (starke) Goldbachsche Vermutung im Wesentlichen zur verallgemeinerten Riemannschen Vermutung äquivalent ist.[13]" My question seems rather natural to me (and potentially interesting for people like me keen on number theory without being genuine experts of the field). |
Jul 5 |
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Must a proof of the asymptotic Goldbach conjecture be effective to imply GRH?
This is the paper Wikipedia cites: Granville: Refinements of Goldbach’s Conjecture, siehe Literaturverzeichnis. I may sound stubborn, but to me my question is in itself interesting. |
Jul 5 |
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Must a proof of the asymptotic Goldbach conjecture be effective to imply GRH?
Still, I read in the German Wikipedia that Granville showed that GRH is "essentially" equivalent to the full binary Goldbach conjecture. So I don't understand neither your comment nor the downvotes. |
Jul 5 |
asked | Must a proof of the asymptotic Goldbach conjecture be effective to imply GRH? |
Jul 4 |
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Detailed example of a skew field different from Hamilton quaternion
This could be of interest: math.dartmouth.edu/~jvoight/crmquat/book/… |
Jul 4 |
awarded | Peer Pressure |
Jul 1 |
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gamma-factor of a primitive element of the Selberg class
I sent you an e-mail with the considered article as an attached document. |
Jul 1 |
accepted | gamma-factor of a primitive element of the Selberg class |
Jul 1 |
asked | gamma-factor of a primitive element of the Selberg class |
Jun 28 |
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Inverse Galois Problem…and parallelizable vector fields?
+1 cause I advocate originality and creative thinking. |
Jun 27 |
accepted | Does unique factorization for automorphic L-functions imply a weakened form of Ramanujan conjecture? |