# Algebraic Number Theory and Algebraic Geometry: Papers by Sergei Vostokov, Yuri Zarhin

By Sergei Vostokov, Yuri Zarhin

A. N. Parshin is a world-renowned mathematician who has made major contributions to quantity conception by using algebraic geometry. Articles during this quantity current new study and the most recent advancements in algebraic quantity conception and algebraic geometry and are devoted to Parshin's 60th birthday. famous mathematicians contributed to this quantity, together with, between others, F. Bogomolov, C. Deninger, and G. Faltings. The publication is meant for graduate scholars and study mathematicians drawn to quantity thought, algebra, and algebraic geometry.

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Now suppose τ ≥ 1, so that k is even. We can suppose without loss of generality that 0 < N < 2γ , since N is now odd. 12) to be 0 or 1, we can certainly solve the congruence if s ≥ 2γ − 1. Now 2γ − 1 = 2τ +2 − 1 ≤ 4k − 1. 6 in the case when k is even. Note. Although the ﬁnal argument might, at ﬁrst sight, seem to be a crude one, we have in fact lost nothing if k = 2τ and τ ≥ 2. For then Analytic Methods for Diophantine Equations and Inequalities 32 τ τ x2 ≡ 1 (mod 2τ +2 ) if x is odd, and x2 ≡ 0 (mod 2τ +2 ) if x is even, so the values of xk are in this case simply 0 and 1.

Q 1 q Hence the above sum is q/2 P+ s=1 q s P + q log q. Allowing for the number of blocks, we obtain |Sk (f )|K P K−1 + P K−k+ε P k−1 + 1 (P + q log q). q We can absorb the factor log q in P ε , since we can suppose q ≤ P k , as otherwise the result of the lemma is trivial. Thus the right-hand side is P K+ε P −1 + q −1 + P −k q , giving the result. Note. If k is large, then Vinogradov has given a much better estimate, in which (roughly speaking) 2k−1 is replaced by 4k 2 log k [49, Chapter 6]. 1).

N. II [38] they had to prove that S(N ) has a positive lower bound in the case k = 4, s = 21. The factors χ(p) which ﬂuctuate most as N varies are in this case χ(2) and χ(5); the product of all the others does not diﬀer appreciably from 1. 3. But χ(2) varies by a factor of about 200. 002. It can be veriﬁed that χ(2) becomes very small (but still positive) when N ≡ 2 or 3 (mod 16). It is relatively large when N ≡ 10 or 11 (mod 16). These results correspond to the fact that x4 ≡ 0 or 1 (mod 16), and that consequently the choices for x1 , .