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    We study the poles of the twisted adjoint L function of a generic cuspidal automorphic representation of GL(3) or a quasisplit unitary group using a method pioneered by Ginzburg and Jiang and based on the theo...

    Authors: Joseph Hundley

    Citation: Research in Number Theory 2018 4:44

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    We show that certain products of Whittaker functions and Schwartz functions on a general linear group extend to Whittaker functions on a larger general linear group. This generalizes results of Cogdell and Pia...

    Authors: R. Kurinczuk and N. Matringe

    Citation: Research in Number Theory 2018 4:31

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    The study of Diophantine triples taking values in linear recurrence sequences is a variant of a problem going back to Diophantus of Alexandria which has been studied quite a lot in the past. The main questions...

    Authors: Clemens Fuchs, Christoph Hutle and Florian Luca

    Citation: Research in Number Theory 2018 4:29

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    An ADE Dynkin diagram gives rise to a family of algebraic curves. In this paper, we use arithmetic invariant theory to study the integral points of the curves associated to the exceptional diagrams

    Authors: Beth Romano and Jack A. Thorne

    Citation: Research in Number Theory 2018 4:21

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    For any hyperelliptic curve X, we give an explicit basis of the first de-Rham cohomology of X in terms of Čech cohomology. We use this to produce a family of curves in characteristic  ...

    Authors: Bernhard Köck and Joseph Tait

    Citation: Research in Number Theory 2018 4:19

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    We give a new formula for the Chebotarev Densities of Frobenius elements in Galois groups. This formula is given in terms of smallest prime factors http://static-content.springer.com/image/art%3A10.1007%2Fs40993-017-0093-7/40993_2017_93_Article_IEq1.gif

    Authors: Madeline Locus Dawsey

    Citation: Research in Number Theory 2017 3:27

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    We give a complete description of the arboreal Galois representation of a certain postcritically finite cubic polynomial over a large class of number fields and for a large class of basepoints. This is the fir...

    Authors: Robert L. Benedetto, Xander Faber, Benjamin Hutz, Jamie Juul and Yu Yasufuku

    Citation: Research in Number Theory 2017 3:29

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    In 2000 Iwaniec, Luo, and Sarnak proved for certain families of L-functions associated to holomorphic newforms of square-free level that, under the Generalized Riemann Hypothesis, as the conductors tend to infini...

    Authors: Owen Barrett, Paula Burkhardt, Jonathan DeWitt, Robert Dorward and Steven J. Miller

    Citation: Research in Number Theory 2017 3:25

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    We give a sharp divisibility bound, in terms of g, for the degree of the field extension required to realize the endomorphisms of an abelian variety of dimension g over an arbitrary number field; this refines a r...

    Authors: Robert Guralnick and Kiran S. Kedlaya

    Citation: Research in Number Theory 2017 3:22

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    We introduce the notion of primitive elements in arbitrary truncated p-divisible groups. By design, the scheme of primitive elements is finite and locally free over the base. Primitive elements generalize the “po...

    Authors: Robert Kottwitz and Preston Wake

    Citation: Research in Number Theory 2017 3:20

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    For a given generalized eta-quotient, we show that linear progressions whose residues fulfill certain quadratic equations do not give rise to a linear congruence modulo any prime. This recovers known results f...

    Authors: Steffen Löbrich

    Citation: Research in Number Theory 2017 3:18

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    We study the problem of finding the Artin L-functions with the smallest conductor for a given Galois type. We adapt standard analytic techniques to our novel situation of fixed Galois type and obtain much improve...

    Authors: John W. Jones and David P. Roberts

    Citation: Research in Number Theory 2017 3:16

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    In this paper, we evaluate the Faltings height of an elliptic curve with complex multiplication by an order in an imaginary quadratic field in terms of Euler’s Gamma function at rational arguments.

    Authors: Adrian Barquero-Sanchez, Lindsay Cadwallader, Olivia Cannon, Tyler Genao and Riad Masri

    Citation: Research in Number Theory 2017 3:13

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    A conjecture connected with quantum physics led N. Katz to discover some amazing mixed character sum identities over a field of q elements, where q is a power of a prime http://static-content.springer.com/image/art%3A10.1007%2Fs40993-016-0071-5/40993_2016_71_Article_IEq1.gif ...

    Authors: Ron Evans and John Greene

    Citation: Research in Number Theory 2017 3:8

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    We revisit a statement of Birch that the field of moduli for a marked three-point ramified cover is a field of definition. Classical criteria due to Dèbes and Emsalem can be used to prove this statement in the...

    Authors: Jeroen Sijsling and John Voight

    Citation: Research in Number Theory 2016 2:27

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    We generalize a result of Garvan on inequalities and interpretations of the moments of the partition rank and crank functions. In particular for nearly 30 Bailey pairs, we introduce a rank-like function, estab...

    Authors: Catherine Babecki, Chris Jennings-Shaffer and Geoffrey Sangston

    Citation: Research in Number Theory 2016 2:35

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    The mock theta conjectures are ten identities involving Ramanujan’s fifth-order mock theta functions. The conjectures were proven by Hickerson in 1988 using q-series methods. Using methods from the theory of harm...

    Authors: Nickolas Andersen

    Citation: Research in Number Theory 2016 2:32

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    In this series we examine the calculation of the 2kth moment and shifted moments of the Riemann zeta-function on the critical line using long Dirichlet polynomials and divisor correlations. The present paper begi...

    Authors: Brian Conrey and Jonathan P. Keating

    Citation: Research in Number Theory 2016 2:24

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    In Pollack and Stevens (Ann Sci Éc Norm Supér 44(1):1–42, 2011), efficient algorithms are given to compute with overconvergent modular symbols. These algorithms then allow for the fast computation of p-adic L-fun...

    Authors: Evan P. Dummit, Márton Hablicsek, Robert Harron, Lalit Jain, Robert Pollack and Daniel Ross

    Citation: Research in Number Theory 2016 2:25

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    We revisit the mathematics that Ramanujan developed in connection with the famous “taxi-cab” number 1729. A study of his writings reveals that he had been studying Euler’s diophantine equation

    Authors: Ken Ono and Sarah Trebat-Leder

    Citation: Research in Number Theory 2016 2:26

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    The Erratum to this article has been published in Research in Number Theory 2017 3:12

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