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(2007)Chapter 5 is devoted to the derivation of modular equations analogous to relations given by Ramanujan in Chapter 21 of his Second Notebook. We also use trigonometric interpolation to write many of Ramanujan's identities ...
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(1980)A prime p is said to be irregular if it divides the numerator of the Bernoulli number B(,i) for some even integer i between 1 and p2. For every irregular pair (p,i) with p < 125,000 it is known that the corresponding ...
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(1995)A classical result of Jentzsch states that, for a power series with radius of convergence one, every point on the unit circle is a limit point of zeros of partial sums of the power series. In this thesis, the relationship ...
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(1990)Zeta functions have been of major importance in algebraic number theory for many years. They are useful (along with Lfunctions) in obtaining results concerning the asymptotic distribution of ideals in a given class. In ...
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(1984)The thesis deals with the theory of twosided ideals in arithmetic orders. The theory and techniques developed by Bushnell and Reiner are used.
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