Ebook Algebraic geometry and arithmetic curves as the main contents of the document: Some topics in commutative algebra, General properties of schemes, Morphisms and base change, Some local properties, Coherent sheaves and Cech cohomology, Sheaves of differentials,...
Mathematics in Action: An Introduction to Algebraic, Graphical, and Numerical Problem
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What makes work with rational numbers and integers comfortable are the essential properties they have, especially the unique factorization property (the Main Theorem of Arithmetic). However, the might of the arithmetic in Q is bounded. Thus, some polynomials, although they have zeros, cannot be factorized into polynomials with rational coefﬁcients.
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We show that any set containing a positive proportion of the primes contains a 3-term arithmetic progression. An important ingredient is a proof that the primes enjoy the so-called Hardy-Littlewood majorant property. We derive this by giving a new proof of a rather more general result of Bourgain which, because of a close analogy with a classical argument of Tomas and Stein from Euclidean harmonic analysis, might be called a restriction theorem for the primes. 1. Introduction Arguably the second most famous result of Klaus Roth is his 1953 upper bound  on r3 (N ), deﬁned 17 years...
integer arithmetic modulo some large prime N +1, and the N th root of 1 by the modulo arithmetic equivalent. Strictly speaking, these are not Fourier transforms at all, but the properties are quite similar and computational speed can be far superior. On the other hand, their use is somewhat restricted to quantities like correlations and convolutions since the transform itself is not easily interpretable as a “frequency” spectrum.