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Oct
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Determining coefficients of a Dirichlet series based on values on a vertical line
@July Nothing, except that it just so happens to be the "critical line" in many Dirichlet series that people like. I really ask the question for any vertical line with none in particular in mind. |
Oct
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asked | Determining coefficients of a Dirichlet series based on values on a vertical line |
Aug
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Explicit Chebotarev and Langlands - irreducibility of X^5-X-1 mod primes
Let's say we have that modular form and we completely understand it. How do we extract such a set of primes as the OP asked for from it? |
Aug
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Mathematical software wish list
@shardulc ideally, all three. That is, I'd like a search engine that indexes both normal language and latex. In my example in GR, I was thinking along the lines of your second question about a specific formula, which is (as far as I know) not at all an available service. |
Aug
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awarded | Good Answer |
Aug
7 |
awarded | Nice Answer |
Aug
7 |
awarded | Teacher |
Aug
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answered | Mathematical software wish list |
May
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asked | Extracting information from $\sum_{n \leq X} a(n) (X-n)^d$ |
Apr
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awarded | Curious |
Apr
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awarded | Yearling |
Apr
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asked | A Generalized Wiener-Ikehara Theorem with multiple poles on the line |
Mar
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Are the 'semi' trivial zeros of $\zeta(s) \pm \zeta(1-s)$ all on the critical line?
I like these plots a lot. How did you make them? |
Nov
25 |
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A game of stones
This is what I was going for, but I kept stumbling over myself. Good, simple proof. |
Nov
14 |
asked | Oscillatory integral moments of $L(\frac{1}{2} + it, f \times f)$ |
Jun
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Cesaro(?)/Euler(?) - summation of the $s(p)=\sum_{k=0}^\infty (-1)^{H(k)} (1+k)^p$ for $p=1,2,3,…$ (where $H(k)$ is the Hamming-weight)
I really like this question, and it did not receive too much attention on MSE. So I'm migrating it to MO. |
Mar
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What is a sieve and why are sieves useful?
If you'll forgive the self-reference, I gave an expository talk about sieves. |
Feb
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awarded | Critic |
Dec
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Name or references for minimal $N$ such that $\left(\frac{a}{b}\right)_n = \left(\frac{a}{b'}\right)_n$ whenever $b \equiv b' \bmod (N)$
Thank you! Now I feel a bit guilty, because I've seen and maybe even said the word "conductor" quite a bit in other contexts, but haven't followed up on it yet. It's time to rectify that! (I really should learn class field theory sometime too) |
Dec
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accepted | Name or references for minimal $N$ such that $\left(\frac{a}{b}\right)_n = \left(\frac{a}{b'}\right)_n$ whenever $b \equiv b' \bmod (N)$ |