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Feb
5
comment If $N = qn^2$ is an odd perfect number, is it possible to have $q + 1 = \sigma(n)$?
Arnie, have you read this: arxiv.org/abs/1602.01591 ?
Feb
4
revised Are prime gaps of even index essentially larger than those of odd index?
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Feb
4
asked Are prime gaps of even index essentially larger than those of odd index?
Feb
3
comment Asymptotics of “ugly” function elucidate Goldbach's conjecture?
I don't have time to help you, but maybe the relation $g(2c)>N_{2}(c)$ where the quantity is defined in my question entitled About Goldbach's conjecture as well as in my blog ideasfornumbertheory.com could be useful
Feb
2
comment Consequences of Langlands functoriality conjecture
You can read it there: les-mathematiques.net/phorum/read.php?43,1210447
Feb
1
comment Is the Rankin-Selberg convolution of two powers of Zeta automorphic?
OK, thanks a lot.
Feb
1
asked Is the Rankin-Selberg convolution of two powers of Zeta automorphic?
Feb
1
revised Riemann zeta function: pair correlations vs. neighbor spacings
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Feb
1
comment Riemann zeta function: pair correlations vs. neighbor spacings
By the way, shouldn't you start the summation with $k=0$ instead of $k=1$? This would add the Dirac distribution term, as it is the neutral element of convolution.
Feb
1
suggested approved edit on Riemann zeta function: pair correlations vs. neighbor spacings
Feb
1
comment Riemann zeta function: pair correlations vs. neighbor spacings
Perhaps you could try to expand $g(u)$ as a Taylor series, and then perform a Fourier transform on each summand.
Jan
31
comment Consequences of Langlands functoriality conjecture
may I send you a copy of the latest version of an article of mine dealing with such issues? You can join me at sylvainjul'at'gmail'dot'com.
Jan
31
accepted Consequences of Langlands functoriality conjecture
Jan
31
comment Consequences of Langlands functoriality conjecture
If I'm not mistaken, this operation has been defined for the Selberg class in Murty, M. Ram and Zaharescu, Alexandru (2002), ”Explicit for- mulas for the pair correlation of zeros of functions in the Selberg class”, Forum Math. 14 (2002), no. 1, pp. 65-83.
Jan
31
asked Consequences of Langlands functoriality conjecture
Jan
31
comment Is formula valid for relating $\pi$ with ALL of its OEIS A002485(n)/A002486(n) convergents?
Is it related to the fact that $\pi$ is a degree $2$ period?
Jan
25
comment Distribution of the inbetween prime
Perhaps you can get insights from the symetric density conjecture I consider in mathoverflow.net/questions/132973/…
Jan
25
comment Distribution of the inbetween prime
I dont understand. Do you mean $d_n$ or $d_k$?
Jan
24
comment Automorphisms of partitions
To me group theory is part of algebra, which can be used as a tool in many different areas such as, among others, number theory. As I deal with partitions of a positive integer, the number-theory tag definitely doesn't come out of the blue.
Jan
24
comment Automorphisms of partitions
Obrigado Marcel. More exactly, the partitions you consider have signature $(1,2)$, not $(2,1)$. But otherwise, I'm ok to see my question migrated to Math.SE.