Mathematical Picture Language Seminar: Non-positive sequences in analytic number theory & the Landau-Siegel zero
MATHEMATICAL PICTURE LANGUAGE, SEMINARS
Yitang Zhang - University of California, Santa Barbara
Abstract: A number of problems in analytic number theory can be reduced to showing that some related sequences are non-positive. In this direction a typical treatment is based on the idea of the Ʌ2 -sieve due to Selberg. We introduce a new approach that may find application to the Landau-Siegel zero problem.
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