## Analytic Number Theory: Proceedings of a Conference Held at Temple University, Philadelphia, May 12-15, 1980 |

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### Contents

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Berndt and B M Wilson | 49 |

Larry Joel Goldstein | 107 |

Gonek | 129 |

Julia Mueller | 141 |

James Lee Hafner | 148 |

Harvey Cohn | 221 |

T W Custok | 231 |

Harold G Diamond and Kevin S McCurley | 239 |

Peter Hagis Jr | 254 |

Lagarias | 264 |

H and Emma Lehmer | 276 |

Melvyn B Nathanson | 301 |

J Newman | 311 |

Washington | 166 |

Ronald Alter | 183 |

Paul T Bateman Paul Erdős Carl Pomerance and E G Straus | 197 |

Marvin Knopp | 382 |

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algebraic number algebraic number field analytic arithmetic assume automorphic form Bernoulli numbers best approximations bounded coefficients completes the proof computation congruence conjecture constant Corollary cusp forms cusps cyclotomy defined Dirichlet series divisors Eisenstein series Emil Grosswald Entry estimate Euler example exists expansion fact finite follows Fourier series Fuchsian group functional equation Hecke operators Hence holomorphic hypothesis identities implies infinite Ingham's theorem integer L-functions Lemma lim sup log log London Math matrix Mellin transform Mertens conjecture modular forms modulo notation number theory obtain p-adic paper pellian equation period polynomial pole polygon positive integer prime factor prime number problem Proc proof of Theorem proved Rademacher Ramanujan real number result Riemann Riemann hypothesis satisfies sequence squarefree Suppose Table values x(log zeros of g(s zeta function