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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
comment 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
comment 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
comment 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
comment 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
comment 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
comment 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
comment 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
comment 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
comment 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
comment 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?