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 Paul Turan, one of the greatest Hungarian mathematicians, was born 100 years ago, on August 18, 1910. To celebrate this occasion the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the Alfred Renyi Institute of Mathematics, the Janos Bolyai Mathematical Society and the Mathematical Institute of Eotvos Lorand University organized an international conference devoted to Paul Turans main areas of interest: number theory, selected branches of analysis, and selected branches of combinatorics. The conference was held in Budapest, August 2226, 2011. Some of the invited lectures reviewed different aspects of Paul Tur
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 Preface; List of contributing authors; Random unionclosed families; Small populations of zeros of Lfunctions; Turantype inequalities and the distribution of zeros of entire functions; Paul Turan and Probabilistic Number Theory; Effective results for Diophantine equations over finitely generated domains: A survey; On the optimal weight function in the GoldstonPintzYldrm method for finding small gaps between consecutive primes; Untangling upperbound sieves; On a theorem of Erdos and Simonovits on graphs not containing the cube; A survey of Turans equivalent power series
 Internal twists of LfunctionsTurans new method and compressive sampling; Turans graph theorem, measures and probability theory; On the TuranKubilius inequality; Sums of a smooth number and a number with missing digits; Turanswork in analytic number theory; On the irreducibility of basic automorphic representations; On composite rational functions; Some new results on gaps between consecutive primes; On some results of Turan about the local behavior of polynomials; On multiplicative decompositions of the set of the shifted quadratic residues modulo p
 Paul Turans influence in combinatoricsOn optimal interpolatory point systems; Paul Turan  A Capsule Biography
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 Number Theory, Analysis, and Combinatorics : Proceedings of the Paul Turan Memorial Conference Held August 2226, 2011 in Budapest
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 Number Theory, Analysis, and Combinatorics
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 Proceedings of the Paul Turan Memorial Conference Held August 2226, 2011 in Budapest
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 Edited by Janos Pintz [and five others]
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 eng
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 Paul Turan, one of the greatest Hungarian mathematicians, was born 100 years ago, on August 18, 1910. To celebrate this occasion the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the Alfred Renyi Institute of Mathematics, the Janos Bolyai Mathematical Society and the Mathematical Institute of Eotvos Lorand University organized an international conference devoted to Paul Turans main areas of interest: number theory, selected branches of analysis, and selected branches of combinatorics. The conference was held in Budapest, August 2226, 2011. Some of the invited lectures reviewed different aspects of Paul Tur
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 De Gruyter proceedings in mathematics
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 Number Theory, Analysis, and Combinatorics : Proceedings of the Paul Turan Memorial Conference Held August 2226, 2011 in Budapest, Edited by Janos Pintz [and five others], (electronic resource/)
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 Preface; List of contributing authors; Random unionclosed families; Small populations of zeros of Lfunctions; Turantype inequalities and the distribution of zeros of entire functions; Paul Turan and Probabilistic Number Theory; Effective results for Diophantine equations over finitely generated domains: A survey; On the optimal weight function in the GoldstonPintzYldrm method for finding small gaps between consecutive primes; Untangling upperbound sieves; On a theorem of Erdos and Simonovits on graphs not containing the cube; A survey of Turans equivalent power series
 Internal twists of LfunctionsTurans new method and compressive sampling; Turans graph theorem, measures and probability theory; On the TuranKubilius inequality; Sums of a smooth number and a number with missing digits; Turanswork in analytic number theory; On the irreducibility of basic automorphic representations; On composite rational functions; Some new results on gaps between consecutive primes; On some results of Turan about the local behavior of polynomials; On multiplicative decompositions of the set of the shifted quadratic residues modulo p
 Paul Turans influence in combinatoricsOn optimal interpolatory point systems; Paul Turan  A Capsule Biography
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 Number Theory, Analysis, and Combinatorics : Proceedings of the Paul Turan Memorial Conference Held August 2226, 2011 in Budapest, Edited by Janos Pintz [and five others], (electronic resource/)
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references
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 online resource
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 rdacarrier
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 multicolored
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 text
 Content type MARC source
 rdacontent
 Contents

 Preface; List of contributing authors; Random unionclosed families; Small populations of zeros of Lfunctions; Turantype inequalities and the distribution of zeros of entire functions; Paul Turan and Probabilistic Number Theory; Effective results for Diophantine equations over finitely generated domains: A survey; On the optimal weight function in the GoldstonPintzYldrm method for finding small gaps between consecutive primes; Untangling upperbound sieves; On a theorem of Erdos and Simonovits on graphs not containing the cube; A survey of Turans equivalent power series
 Internal twists of LfunctionsTurans new method and compressive sampling; Turans graph theorem, measures and probability theory; On the TuranKubilius inequality; Sums of a smooth number and a number with missing digits; Turanswork in analytic number theory; On the irreducibility of basic automorphic representations; On composite rational functions; Some new results on gaps between consecutive primes; On some results of Turan about the local behavior of polynomials; On multiplicative decompositions of the set of the shifted quadratic residues modulo p
 Paul Turans influence in combinatoricsOn optimal interpolatory point systems; Paul Turan  A Capsule Biography
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