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# Hardy G.H., Wright E.M.'s An introduction to the theory of numbers PDF By Hardy G.H., Wright E.M.

ISBN-10: 7115214271

ISBN-13: 9787115214270

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Hence, we obtain g(d) ≤ x dm (n)2 = n≤x d≤x n≤x n≡0 mod d d≤x g(d) ≤x d ∞ 1+ p≤x g(pν ) pν ν=1 . pν ν=2 =x 1+ p≤x m2 − 1 p + O(x). 4 The Mean-Square on Vertical Lines 43 A classic estimate due to Mertens, 1+ p≤x 1 p 1 p 1− p≤x −1 log x (see [120, Sect. 8]), in combination with 1+ m2 − 1 ≤ p 1+ 1 p m2 −1 , gives the estimate of the lemma. 4 The Mean-Square on Vertical Lines Our next aim is to derive an asymptotic mean-square formulae for L(s) on some vertical lines to the left of the abscissa of absolute convergence σ = 1.

The σ-ﬁeld generated by the system of all open subsets of the space S. Then each measure on B(S) is called Borel measure. Usually, we consider probability measures deﬁned on the Borel sets B(S) of some metric space S. A class A of sets of S is said to be a determining class (also separating class) in case the measures P and Q on (S, B(S)) coincide on the whole of S when P(A) = Q(A) for all A ∈ A. Given two probability measures P1 and P2 on (S1 , B(S1 )) and (S2 , B(S2 )), respectively, there exists a unique measure P1 × P2 such that (P1 × P2 )(A1 × A2 ) = P1 (A1 )P2 (A2 ) for Aj ∈ B(Sj ).

Mod q be pairwise non-equivalent Dirichlet characters, K1 , . . , K be compact subsets of the strip 12 < σ < 1 with connected complements. Further, for each 1 ≤ k ≤ , let gk (s) be a continuous non-vanishing function on Kk which is analytic in the interior of Kk . Then, for any > 0, lim inf T →∞ 1 meas T τ ∈ [0, T ] : max max |L(s + iτ, χk ) − gk (s)| < ε 1≤k≤ s∈Kk > 0. The proof of this joint universality theorem (in a slightly weaker form) can be found in the monograph of Karatsuba and Voronin .