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|Description:||xvii, 245 pages ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||1. Definition of zeta(s), Z(t) and basic notions; 2. The zeros on the critical line; 3. The Selberg class of L-functions; 4. The approximate functional equations for zetak(s); 5. The derivatives of Z(t); 6. Gram points; 7. The moments of Hardy's function; 8. The primitive of Hardy's function; 9. The Mellin transforms of powers of Z(t); 10. Further results on Mk(s)$ and Zk(s); 11. On some problems involving Hardy's function and zeta moments; References; Index.|
|Series Title:||Cambridge tracts in mathematics, 196.|
|Responsibility:||Aleksandar Ivić, Univerzitet u Beogradu, Serbia.|
A comprehensive account of Hardy's Z-function, one of the most important functions of analytic number theory.
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