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Written for graduate scholars and researchers alike, this set of lectures offers a dependent advent to the idea that of equidistribution in quantity thought. this idea is of becoming value in lots of components, together with cryptography, zeros of L-functions, Heegner issues, leading quantity thought, the speculation of quadratic kinds, and the mathematics points of quantum chaos.; the quantity brings jointly prime researchers from a variety of fields, whose available shows display attention-grabbing hyperlinks among possible disparate parts.

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Note that ωP (a) − µP = p∈P f p (a), and so ωP (a) − µP k = f p1 ···pk (a). ,pk ∈P a∈A a∈A As in Proposition 2 , consider more generally a∈A fr (a). Suppose r = s where the qi are distinct primes and each αi ≥ 1. Set R = i=1 qi and observe that if d = (a, R) then fr (a) = fr (d). Note that αi s i=1 qi 1 = µ(e) = a∈A e|(R/d) de|n a∈A (a,R)=d h(d) d = x µ(e)Ade e|R/d 1− h(p) µ(e)rde . + p e|(R/d) 1− h(p) + p p|(R/d) Therefore fr (a) = a∈A fr (d) d|R = x 1 a∈A (a,R)=d fr (d) d|R h(d) d = G(r)x + p|(R/d) rm E(r, m), m|R µ(e)rde fr (d) d|R e|(R/d) (13) 22 ANDREW GRANVILLE AND K.

If in addition, T > m1−ε then Dm T −1/32+ε . In the special case of an ‘RSA’ modulus m = p one can get the stronger bound T −1/8+ε . (B) Double sums over general sets We now consider, again for general modulus m, the sum S a (m, t, X, Y) = em (aθ xy ) x∈X y∈Y for arbitrary a ∈ Zm , X, Y ⊆ Zt . Here, no special structure is required. Because we have a double sum we can still get results if the sets are not too thin by means of a judicious use of Cauchy’s inequality. Specifically, we may, for example, write 2 |S a (m, t, X, Y)| ≤ |X| em (aθ ) .