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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.


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comment Automorphisms of a differential field and transcendence degree
Thann you for your comment. It seems that the answer to my question is positive, maybe you can turn your comment into an answer so that I can accept it.
2d
comment Differences associated with differences of primes: are they all 1,2,3?
I may be wrong, but I think a positive answer to your question could be a first step towards a solution of the so-called Proth-Gilbreath conjecture.
May
24
asked Automorphisms of a differential field and transcendence degree
May
23
comment How did Cole factor $2^{67}-1$ in 1903
Perhaps mathematicians of these times relied more on their own intuition than we do...Rigor makes your path secure and accurate but intuition makes you walk way faster.
May
23
comment Could RH be a consequence of some kind of central limit theorem?
Yes, indeed, it's speculative, hence the soft-queston tag. No, I'm not familiar with the connections you're talking about, but I'm interested in references though. And I'm not trying to prove RH with probability, automorphisms of L-functions already do the job actually.
May
23
asked Could RH be a consequence of some kind of central limit theorem?
May
22
revised Are there “adelic” L-functions?
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May
22
comment Are there “adelic” L-functions?
Sorry, I refer to projecteuclid.org/euclid.em/1317758108
May
22
asked Are there “adelic” L-functions?
May
22
comment what is exactly the difference between the Selberg class and the set of Artin L-functions?
Thank you very much for these really enlightening details. It's too bad I can't accept two answers to only one question!
May
22
accepted what is exactly the difference between the Selberg class and the set of Artin L-functions?
May
22
asked what is exactly the difference between the Selberg class and the set of Artin L-functions?
May
19
comment cluster variables and L-functions
Is $d_{FG}=d_{F}+d_{G}$ (where $d_{F}$ is the degree of $F$ as an element of the Selberg class) off-topic?
May
15
comment On a result attributed to W. Ljunggren and T. Nagell
@knsam: I'd be interested in this document too. If you ever will to send it to me, my e-mail is in my profile. Thanks in advance.
May
15
comment On a result attributed to W. Ljunggren and T. Nagell
I'm surprised. I expected the problem of knowing all the solutions of the so-called Nagell-Ljunggren equation to be open...
May
14
comment Expliciting the distance between consecutive Goldbach numbers assuming it's finite
I read somewhere (wikipedia?) that it has been proven that the set of Goldbach numbers has natural asymptotic density one, so maybe an explicit value for $C$ is attainable.
May
14
asked Expliciting the distance between consecutive Goldbach numbers assuming it's finite
May
13
asked Langlands reciprocity for C*-algebras
May
9
comment Tetrad transformation
As well as telling us what $A$ is...Guess you meant $B^2-4VC$?
May
8
comment Functoriality for non-split orthogonal groups
Regarding your first question, i.e the "Eulerianity" of the L-function you consider, wouldn't this follow from the fact that the Selberg class should be closed under tensor product (i.e Rankin-Selberg convolution on the automorphic side)?