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The Gelfond–Schnirelman method in prime number theory
 Canad. J. Math
, 2005
"... Abstract. The original Gelfond–Schnirelman method, proposed in 1936, uses polynomials with integer coefficients and small norms on [0, 1] to give a Chebyshevtype lower bound in prime number theory. We study a generalization of this method for polynomials in many variables. Our main result is a lowe ..."
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Abstract. The original Gelfond–Schnirelman method, proposed in 1936, uses polynomials with integer coefficients and small norms on [0, 1] to give a Chebyshevtype lower bound in prime number theory. We study a generalization of this method for polynomials in many variables. Our main result is a lower bound for the integral of Chebyshev’s ψfunction, expressed in terms of the weighted capacity. This extends previous work of Nair and Chudnovsky, and connects the subject to the potential theory with external fields generated by polynomialtype weights. We also solve the corresponding potential theoretic problem, by finding the extremal measure and its support. 1 Lower Bounds for Arithmetic Functions Let π(x) be the number of primes not exceeding x. The celebrated Prime Number Theorem (PNT), suggested by Legendre and Gauss, states that (1.1) π(x) ∼ x log x as x → ∞. We include a very brief sketch of its history, referring for details to many excellent books and surveys available on this subject (see, e.g., [8, 10, 17, 29]). Chebyshev [6] made the first important step towards the PNT in 1852, by proving the bounds (1.2) 0.921 x log x
TRANSCENDENCE MEASURES AND ALGEBRAIC GROWTH OF ENTIRE FUNCTIONS
, 2004
"... Abstract. In this paper we obtain estimates for certain transcendence measures of an entire function f. Using these estimates, we prove Bernstein, doubling and Markov inequalities for a polynomial P(z, w) in C 2 along the graph of f. These inequalities provide, in turn, estimates for the number of z ..."
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Abstract. In this paper we obtain estimates for certain transcendence measures of an entire function f. Using these estimates, we prove Bernstein, doubling and Markov inequalities for a polynomial P(z, w) in C 2 along the graph of f. These inequalities provide, in turn, estimates for the number of zeros of the function P(z, f(z)) in the disk of radius r, in terms of the degree of P and of r. Our estimates hold for arbitrary entire functions f of finite order, and for a subsequence {nj} of degrees of polynomials. But for special classes of functions, including the Riemann ζfunction, they hold for all degrees and are asymptotically best possible. From this theory we derive lower estimates for a certain algebraic measure of a set of values f(E), in terms of the size of the set E. 1.
DYNAMICS OF POLYNOMIAL MAPPINGS OF C2
"... Abstract. We study the dynamics of polynomial self mappings f of C2. We construct, for a large class of mappings, an invariant measure µ which is mixing and of maximal entropy hµ ( f) = ..."
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Abstract. We study the dynamics of polynomial self mappings f of C2. We construct, for a large class of mappings, an invariant measure µ which is mixing and of maximal entropy hµ ( f) =
THE MULTIVARIATE INTEGER CHEBYSHEV PROBLEM
"... Abstract. The multivariate integer Chebyshev problem is to find polynomials with integer coefficients that minimize the supremum norm over a compact set in C d. We study this problem on general sets, but devote special attention to product sets such as cube and polydisk. We also establish a multivar ..."
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Abstract. The multivariate integer Chebyshev problem is to find polynomials with integer coefficients that minimize the supremum norm over a compact set in C d. We study this problem on general sets, but devote special attention to product sets such as cube and polydisk. We also establish a multivariate analog of the HilbertFekete upper bound for the integer Chebyshev constant, which depends on the dimension of space. In the case of single variable polynomials in the complex plane, our estimate coincides with the HilbertFekete result. 1. The integer Chebyshev problem and its multivariate counterpart The supremum norm on a compact set E ⊂ C d, d ∈ N, is defined by ‖f‖E: = sup f(z). z∈E We study polynomials with integer coefficients that minimize the sup norm on a set E, and investigate their asymptotic behavior. The univariate case (d = 1) has a long history, but the problem is virtually untouched for d ≥ 2. Let Pn(C) and Pn(Z) be the classes of algebraic polynomials in one variable, of degree at most n, respectively with complex and with integer coefficients. The problem of minimizing the uniform norm on E by monic polynomials from Pn(C) is the classical Chebyshev problem (see [5], [22], [26], etc.) For E = [−1, 1], the explicit solution of this problem is given by the monic Chebyshev polynomial of degree n: Tn(x): = 2 1−n cos(n arccos x), n ∈ N. By a linear change of variable, we immediately obtain that ( ) n () b − a 2x − a − b tn(x): = Tn 2 b − a is a monic polynomial with real coefficients and the smallest norm on [a, b] ⊂ R among all monic polynomials of degree n from Pn(C). In fact, ( ) n b − a (1.1) ‖tn ‖ [a,b] = 2, n ∈ N, 4 and the Chebyshev constant for [a, b] is given by 1/n b − a (1.2) tC([a, b]): = lim ‖tn‖ n→ ∞ [a,b]