Softcover ISBN:  9788185931906 
Product Code:  HIN/36 
List Price:  $42.00 
AMS Member Price:  $33.60 
Softcover ISBN:  9788185931906 
Product Code:  HIN/36 
List Price:  $42.00 
AMS Member Price:  $33.60 

Book DetailsHindustan Book AgencyVolume: 36; 2009; 210 ppMSC: Primary 11
This book is an elaboration of a series of lectures given at the Harish–Chandra Research Institute. The reader will be taken through a journey on the arithmetical sides of the large sieve inequality which, when applied to the Farey dissection, will reveal connections between this inequality, the Selberg sieve and other less used notions such as pseudocharacters and the \(\Lambda_Q\)function, as well as extend these theories.
One of the leading themes of these notes is the notion of socalled local models that throws a unifying light on the subject. As examples and applications, the authors present, among other things, an extension of the Brun–Tichmarsh Theorem, a new proof of Linnik's Theorem on quadratic residues, and an equally novel one of the Vinogradov's Three Primes Theorem; the authors also consider the problem of small prime gaps, of sums of two squarefree numbers and several other ones, some of them new, like a sharp upper bound for the number of twin primes \(p\) that are such that \(p+1\) is squarefree. In the end the problem of equality in the large sieve inequality is considered, and several results in this area are also proved.
A publication of Hindustan Book Agency; distributed within the Americas by the American Mathematical Society. Maximum discount of 20% for all commercial channels.
ReadershipGraduate students and research mathematicians interested in number theory.

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This book is an elaboration of a series of lectures given at the Harish–Chandra Research Institute. The reader will be taken through a journey on the arithmetical sides of the large sieve inequality which, when applied to the Farey dissection, will reveal connections between this inequality, the Selberg sieve and other less used notions such as pseudocharacters and the \(\Lambda_Q\)function, as well as extend these theories.
One of the leading themes of these notes is the notion of socalled local models that throws a unifying light on the subject. As examples and applications, the authors present, among other things, an extension of the Brun–Tichmarsh Theorem, a new proof of Linnik's Theorem on quadratic residues, and an equally novel one of the Vinogradov's Three Primes Theorem; the authors also consider the problem of small prime gaps, of sums of two squarefree numbers and several other ones, some of them new, like a sharp upper bound for the number of twin primes \(p\) that are such that \(p+1\) is squarefree. In the end the problem of equality in the large sieve inequality is considered, and several results in this area are also proved.
A publication of Hindustan Book Agency; distributed within the Americas by the American Mathematical Society. Maximum discount of 20% for all commercial channels.
Graduate students and research mathematicians interested in number theory.