Arithmetical Functions: An Introduction to Elementary and by Wolfgang Schwarz, Jürgen Spilker

By Wolfgang Schwarz, Jürgen Spilker

The subject matter of this ebook is the characterization of yes multiplicative and additive arithmetical services via combining tools from quantity thought with a few uncomplicated principles from practical and harmonic research. The authors do so aim by way of contemplating convolutions of arithmetical features, common mean-value theorems, and houses of similar multiplicative services. in addition they end up the mean-value theorems of Wirsing and Hal?sz and research the pointwise convergence of the Ramanujan enlargement. ultimately, a few purposes to energy sequence with multiplicative coefficients are incorporated, besides routines and an in depth bibliography.

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