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Results in Mathematics > 2018 > 73 > 3 > 1-19

SpringerPlus > 2016 > 5 > 1 > 1-16

*H*-function hierarchy. An Ewald expansion...

Siberian Mathematical Journal > 2015 > 56 > 4 > 678-698

*a*Λ

_{ e }, where Λ

_{ e }= (−

*d*

^{2}/

*dθ*

^{2}...

Electronic Notes in Discrete Mathematics > 2013 > 43 > Complete > 129-135

Journal of Number Theory > 2013 > 133 > 1 > 1-11

Journal of Approximation Theory > 2012 > 164 > 4 > 504-515

Journal of Contemporary Mathematical Analysis (Armenian Academy of Sciences) > 2012 > 47 > 3 > 124-133

Computational Methods and Function Theory > 2012 > 12 > 2 > 565-583

Acta Mathematica Scientia > 2011 > 31 > 3 > 1179-1188

^{8}) for those discriminants of real quadratic fields Q ( d ) with d = N

^{2}− 4 and h(d) = 1.

Acta Mathematica Scientia > 2010 > 30 > 1 > 132-136

Functional Analysis and Other Mathematics > 2009 > 2 > 2-4 > 247-248

*N*points of the finite torus ℤ

_{ n }

^{ m }, realized by a linear operator

*A*∈SL(

*m*,ℤ

_{ n }). The statistical properties of algebraic permutations are quite different from those of random permutations of

*N*points. For instance, the period length

*T*(

*A*) grows superexponentially with

*N*for some (random) permutations

*A*of

*N*elements,...

Acta Mathematica Scientia > 2007 > 27 > 3 > 449-455

Siberian Mathematical Journal > 2007 > 48 > 5 > 863-870

*f*= (

*f*

_{1},...,

*f*

_{n}) in ℂ

^{n}. Using residue theory, we give an integral representation for the zeta-function which enables us to construct an analytic continuation of the zeta-function.

Acta Mathematica Hungarica > 2006 > 110 > 1-2 > 51-65

General Relativity and Gravitation > 2004 > 36 > 7 > 1613-1618

Acta Applicandae Mathematicae > 2003 > 78 > 1-3 > 251-271

Bulletin des sciences mathematiques > 2000 > 124 > 3 > 213-224

Physics Letters B > 1999 > 457 > 1-3 > 127-132