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|The Deuring-Heilbronn phenomenon, Mat. Sb. N. S. 15(57) (1944), 347-368. 21. |
J. E. Littlewood, Researches in the theory of the Riemann ^-function, Proc.
London Math. Soc. (2) 20 (1922), xxii-xxvii; Collected Papers of J. E. Littlewood,
Vol II, ...
|This is a smaller main term than before, but it is not too hard to show that it is |
bigger than the contributions of all of the other zeros combined, because the
Deuring–Heilbronn phenomenon implies that the Siegel zero repels those zeros,
|But in the 1930s, Deuring, Mordell and Heilbronn proved that the falsity of GRH |
also implies Gauss's conjecture. ... quadratic field reflects the ineffectivity of the
Deuring–Heilbronn phenomenon and would also contradict the truth of the GRH.
|Indeed, M. Deuring showed in  that if the absolute value D(Q) of the |
discriminant of Q(X, Y) is sufficiently large, then ... The paper  of M. Deuring
contains the first example of the Deuring–Heilbronn phenomenon asserting that
a real ...
|This was mastered in papers by M. Deuring  and H. Heilbronn  and is |
known under the name the "Deuring-Heilbronn phenomenon". Yu. V. Linnik 
exploited this in a clever way in his famous work on the least prime in an
|[L] Yu.V. Linnik, On the least prime in an arithmetic progression, I. The basic |
theorem; II. The Deuring-Heilbronn's phenomenon, Math. Sb. 15 (1944), 139-178
and 347-368. [LS] W. Luo and P. Sarnak, Quantum variance for Hecke
|Furthermore, he includes various graphs with explanations and a page from |
Stark's thesis to illustrate the Deuring-Heilbronn phenomenon. The author first
lays down the connection between L-functions associated with the Kronecker
|The Deuring-Heilbronn Phenomenon" Mat. Sbornik N. S. 15 (57), 347-68, 1944. |
Links Curve The curve given by the Cartesian equation The origin of the curve is
a TACNODE. References Cundy, H. and Rollett, A. Mathematical Models, 3rd ed.
|... that work in general. We have not tried to compute or optimize constants, but |
have focused instead on exposition of the key ideas. 2. The Deuring-Heilbronn
Phenomenon Let Q(^/D) denote an imaginary quadratic field with class number ...
|The Deuring-Heilbronn phenomenon. Ibid. 347–368. b) p(k,l) ≪ kL where L ≤ |
550 M. Jutila. Anew estimate for Linnik's constant. Ann. Acad. Sci. Fenn. Ser. A, I,
No. 471 (1970), 8 pp. c) L ≤ 17 J.R. Chen. On the least prime in an arithmetical ...