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Tag Archives: Zagier
How not to be wrong
I recently finished listening to Jordan’s book “how not to be wrong,” and thought that I would record some of the notes I made. Unlike other reviews, Persiflage will cut through to the key aspects of the book which perhaps … Continue reading
Mysterious Formulae
I’m not one of those mathematicians who is in love with abstraction for its own sake (not that there’s anything wrong with that). I can still be seduced by an explicit example, or even — quell horreur — a definite … Continue reading
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Tagged Ben Howard, Brunier, ChowlaSelberg, Dick Gross, Faltings Height, Kudla, MSRI, Mysterious Formulae, Rapoport, Tonghai Yang, Zagier
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The Artin conjecture is rubbish
Let be a continuous irreducible representation. Artin conjectured that the Lfunction is analytically continues to an entire function on (except for the trivial representation where the is a simple pole at one) and satisfies a functional equation of a precise … Continue reading
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Tagged Andrew Booker, Artin, Cebotarev Density Theorem, Class Number Problem, Dick Gross, Goldfeld, GRH, Jo Dwyer, Langlands, Rubbish, Springer, Stark, Zagier
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K_2(O_F) for number fields F
Belabas and Gangl have a nice paper ( Generators and relations for , which can be found here) where they compute for a large number of quadratic fields . There main result is a method for proving upper bounds for … Continue reading
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Tagged Alexander Rahm, Aurel Page, Banaszak, Belabas, Bloch, Borel, Brownkin, Chern class map, Euler System, Gangl, Higher Regulators, Hutchinson, Ktheory, magma, pari, Popescu, Soule, Stark, Tricky Computation, Zagier
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En Passant III
Question: When you are sick in bed, can you do any mathematics? I just spent the past few weeks with a sinus infection and was completely unable to do anything productive, that is, apart from writing an NSF grant (which … Continue reading
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Tagged Akshay Venkatesh, Bilu, Bringmann, Dave Roberts, Harald Helfgott, Parent, Puzzle, QI, Rebolledo, Samir Siksek, Sickness, Zagier
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