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Atle Selberg
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Springer; 1991 edition (December 2, 1991)
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Atle Selberg is renowned for his profound work in Number Theory and other branches of mathematics, highlighted, perhaps, by his powerful trace formula.

Atle Selberg is renowned for his profound work in Number Theory and other branches of mathematics, highlighted, perhaps, by his powerful trace formula. He is also known for the important lectures and papers that he has never published. This collection will fill a long-standing gap in the literature.

Collected Papers II. Authors: Selberg, Atle. The second volume contains material on which Selberg has lectured – some later papers from 1988 onward and, in the major part, the Lectures on Sieves. Softcover 64,99 €. price for Russian Federation (gross). ISBN 978-3-642-41022-2. Free shipping for individuals worldwide. Usually dispatched within 3 to 5 business days.

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He is also known for the important lectures and papers that he has never published

He is also known for the important lectures and papers that he has never published.

Collected Papers II book.

Atle Selberg's early work, which lies in the fields of analysis and number theory, concerns the Riemann zeta-function, Dirichlet's L-functions, the Fourier coefficients of modular forms, the distribution of prime numbers and the general sieve method. It is brilliant and unsurpassed, and is in the finest classical tradition. His later work, which cuts across function theory, operator theory, spectral theory, group theory, topology, differential geometry and number theory, has enlarged and transfigured the whole concept and structure of arithmetic.

Atle Selberg Collected Papers, Volume 1. Atle Selberg. 3 Mb. Atle Selberg Collected Papers, Volume 2. 9 Mb. Eisenstein series and the Selberg trace formula I by Don Zagier from Automorphic Forms, Representation Theory and Arithmetic: Papers, Presented at the Bombay Colloquium 1979 (Tata Institute Studies in Mathematics). S. Gelbart, G. Harder, K. Iwasawa, H. Jaquet, .

The early work of Atle Selberg lies in the fields of analysis and number theory. It concerns the Riemann zeta-function, Dirichlet's L-functions, the Fourier coefficients of modular forms, the distribution of prime numbers, and the general sieve method. It is brilliant, and unsurpassed, and in the finest classical tradition. His later work cuts across many fields: function theory, operator theory, spectral theory, group theory, topology, differential geometry, and number theory. It has enlarged and transfigured the whole concept and structure of arithmetic.

Atle Selberg's early work, which lies in the fields of analysis and number theory, concerns the Riemann zeta-function, Dirichlet’s L-functions, the Fourier coefficients of modular forms, the distribution of prime numbers and the general sieve method. It is brilliant and unsurpassed, and is in the finest classical tradition. His later work, which cuts across function theory, operator theory, spectral theory, group theory, topology, differential geometry and number theory, has enlarged and transfigured the whole concept and structure of arithmetic. It exemplifies the modern tradition at its sprightly best and reveals Selberg to be one of the master mathematicians of our time. This publication will enable the reader to perceive the depth and originality of Atle Selberg’s ideas and results, and sense the scale and intensity of their influence on contemporary mathematical thought.

The second volume contains material on which Selberg has lectured – some later papers from 1988 onward and, in the major part, the “Lectures on Sieves”.