# Timeline for Sato-Tate and the angles of split primes

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Oct 16 '17 at 6:31 | comment | added | Filippo Alberto Edoardo | @johnmangual I confess I am a bit lost in your question: when you say " Is there always this link between complex multiplication and the angles of primes?" are you asking for a link between splitting behaviour of primes in $\mathbb{Z}[i]$ and $a_p$ being $0$? This is the theory of Complex Multiplication, i.e. class field theory for imaginary quadratic fields. Or am I missing your point? | |

Oct 16 '17 at 0:22 | comment | added | David Lampert | Find this enjoyable talk by Serre | |

Oct 15 '17 at 22:59 | comment | added | john mangual | @FilippoAlbertoEdoardo In Rudnick-Waxman, there's no discussion of Elliptic curves. They don't use it at all. That's why Chen's blog was such a surprise. Yet, they do use some kind of analogy to random matrices. | |

Oct 15 '17 at 22:36 | comment | added | john mangual | is there a higher-rank analogue complex multiplication of the splitting of the primes? what do you think is happening in the non-CM case? | |

Oct 15 '17 at 22:11 | comment | added | Filippo Alberto Edoardo | Hi Geordie, are you aware of the recent preprint arxiv.org/pdf/1705.07498.pdf where Rudnick and Waxman discuss a great deal of this? | |

Oct 15 '17 at 21:40 | comment | added | Geordie Williamson | Do you know anywhere where the implications of this beautiful general conjecture is spelled out in the case of complex multiplication? It must be somewhere, but I (and perhaps the OP?) don't know the literature well. | |

Oct 15 '17 at 21:09 | history | answered | Watson Ladd | CC BY-SA 3.0 |