By Anatolij A. Karatsuba, M.B. Nathanson
This English translation of Karatsuba's easy Analytic quantity idea follows heavily the second one Russian version, released in Moscow in 1983. For the English version, the writer has significantly rewritten bankruptcy I, and has corrected numerous typographical and different minor mistakes in the course of the the textual content. August, 1991 Melvyn B. Nathanson advent to the English variation It provides me nice excitement that Springer-Verlag is publishing an English trans lation of my e-book. within the Soviet Union, the first function of this monograph was once to introduce mathematicians to the elemental effects and techniques of analytic quantity conception, however the booklet has additionally been more and more used as a textbook by way of graduate scholars in lots of diversified fields of arithmetic. i am hoping that the English variation could be utilized in an analogous methods. I convey my deep gratitude to Professor Melvyn B. Nathanson for his first-class translation and for a lot assistance in correcting blunders within the unique textual content. A.A. Karatsuba creation to the second one Russian variation quantity conception is the learn of the homes of the integers. Analytic quantity conception is that a part of quantity idea within which, along with only quantity theoretic arguments, the tools of mathematical research play a vital role.
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Be an infinite sequence of complex numbers such that and lim _111 = O. a" "--+00 Then there exists an entire function G(s) that has as its zeros only the numbers a". If some of the an are equal, then the zero an of G(s) has the appropriate multiplicity. Proof. For n = 1,2, ... , we set _ ()-(1-~) UII-UIIS - an s I( S)l e ;';+2 -;,; 1 (S)"-I +"'+11-1;'; 30 Chapter II. Entire Functions of Finite Order and we consider the infinite product (9) We shall prove that this product converges at every complex number s =1= an, n = 1,2, ...
N=1 Moreover, g(s) is a polynomial ofdegree g ~ (x, and (X = max(g, Pl. lffor any c > 0 there exists an infinite sequence of real numbers rl> r2,' .. ,rn , ••• such that rn -+ 00 and maxi G(s) I > ecr:, lsi = rn , n = 1,2, ... , then (X = Pand the series ao L ISn I-II converges. n=1 §2. Entire Functions of Finite Order 33 To prove Theorem 5, we require a series of auxiliary results, which are given in Lemmas 1-5 below. In these Lemmas we shall assume that the hypotheses of Theorem 5 are satisfied, and we shall also use the notation of this Theorem.
Let p ~ be the smallest integer for which 1 00 L -IP+l I < +00. n= Sn 1 Then by Theorem 4 P(s) = eg(s) l(s)2 I(S)p fI (1 - ~)e:;;:+2:;;: + ... +;;:;;: , s n= 1 Sn (15) where g(s) is an entire function. It will be proved in Lemma 5 that g(s) is a polynomial. For this we need the following Lemma, which is of independent interest, and will also be used in Chapter VI, § 1. Lemma 4. Let R > 0, and let the function f(s) defined by f(s) = be analytic in the circle Is - Sol Is - Sol = R. Then ~ 00 L an(s - n=O sot, R.