 About 389 results  books.google.com The DeuringHeilbronn phenomenon, Mat. Sb. N. S. 15(57) (1944), 347368. 21.
J. E. Littlewood, Researches in the theory of the Riemann ^function, Proc.
London Math. Soc. (2) 20 (1922), xxiixxvii; Collected Papers of J. E. Littlewood,
Vol II, ... 

 books.google.com 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,
forcing ... 

 books.google.com 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. 

 books.google.com Indeed, M. Deuring showed in [1498] that if the absolute value D(Q) of the
discriminant of Q(X, Y) is sufficiently large, then ... The paper [1498] of M. Deuring
contains the first example of the Deuring–Heilbronn phenomenon asserting that
a real ... 

 books.google.com This was mastered in papers by M. Deuring [7] and H. Heilbronn [16] and is
known under the name the "DeuringHeilbronn phenomenon". Yu. V. Linnik [18]
exploited this in a clever way in his famous work on the least prime in an
arithmetic ... 

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theorem; II. The DeuringHeilbronn's phenomenon, Math. Sb. 15 (1944), 139178
and 347368. [LS] W. Luo and P. Sarnak, Quantum variance for Hecke
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 books.google.com ... 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 DeuringHeilbronn
Phenomenon Let Q(^/D) denote an imaginary quadratic field with class number ... 

 books.google.com The DeuringHeilbronn Phenomenon" Mat. Sbornik N. S. 15 (57), 34768, 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. 

 books.google.com The DeuringHeilbronn 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 ... 

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Heilbronn phenomenon, Rec. Math. [Mat. Sb.] N.S. 15(57) (1944), 347368. fl4l
McCurley K.S., The least rfree number in an arithmetic progression, Trans. Amer. 

 