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Dedekind Sums (Carus Mathematical Monographs, No 16)

Emil Grosswald

Dedekind Sums (Carus Mathematical Monographs, No 16)

by Emil Grosswald

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Published by Mathematical Assn of Amer .
Written in English

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  • Dedekind sums

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    ISBN 100883850168
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    For a positive integer k and an arbitrary integer h, the Dedekind sum s(h,k) was first studied by Dedekind because of the prominent role it plays in the transformation theory of the Dedekind eta-function, which is a modular form of weight 1/2 for the full modular group SL_2(Z). There is an extensive literature about the Dedekind sums. Rademacher [8] has written an introductory book on the by: 1.   AbstractDedekind sums were introduced by Dedekind to study the transformation properties of Dedekind η function under the action of SL2(ℤ). In this paper, we study properties of generalized Dedekind sums si,j(p, q). We prove an asymptotic expansion of a function on ℚ defined in terms of generalized Dedekind sums by using its modular : Dohoon Choi, Byungheup Jun, Jungyun Lee, Subong Lim.

    Section 3 introduces the generalized Dedekind sums, and present their properties. In Section 4, we describe the transformation formulae for ξ n (z). Theorem is the main result and Section 5 is devoted to the proof thereof. In Section 6, we apply Theorem to obtain some reciprocityAuthor: Yoshinori Hamahata. Dedekind Sums and Class Numbers We also give completely elementary proofs of (1) and (3) (see Theo- rems 4 and 8 and Lemma 2). If h and k are integers with k > 0 and if x and y are real numbers, recall that the Dedekind--I{ademacher sum s(h,k;x,y) is de- fined by k § n (raod/c).

    CONSTRUCTION OF THE REAL NUMBERS We present a brief sketch of the construction of R from Q using Dedekind cuts. This is the same approach used in Rudin’s book Principles of Mathematical Analysis (see Appendix, Chapter 1 for the complete proof). The File Size: 67KB. I am a self-taught filmmaker, based in South Africa. My work is layered by lifestyle, sports and fashion as my focus.


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Dedekind Sums (The Carus Mathematical Monographs, No. 16) Hardcover – January 1, by Hans Rademacher (Author), Emil Grosswald (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Author: Hans Rademacher, Emil Grosswald. Book Description: These notes from Hans Rademacher’s Hedrick Lectures have been gently polished and augmented by Emil Grosswald. While the topic itself is specialized, these sums are linked in diverse ways to many results in number theory, elliptical modular functions, and topology.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rademacher, Hans, Dedekind sums. [Washington] Mathematical Association of America [] (OCoLC) Dedekind sums. [Washington]: Mathematical Association of America.

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Grosswald. In mathematics, the Dedekind numbers are a rapidly growing sequence of integers named after Richard Dedekind, who defined them in The Dedekind number M(n) counts the number of monotonic Boolean functions of n variables.

Equivalently, it counts the number of antichains of subsets of an n-element set, the number of elements in a free distributive lattice with n generators, or the number of. Essays On The Theory Of Numbers $ Available to ship in days.

This volume contains the two most important essays on the logical foundations of the number system by the famous German mathematician J.

Dedekind. The first presents Dedekind's theory of the irrational number-the Dedekind cut idea-perhaps the most famous of several such Cited by: Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Carus Monographs: Dedekind Sums No.

16 by Hans Rademacher and Emil Grosswald (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. Dedekind sums arose out Dedekind Sums book the study of elliptic functions and modular forms.

They were iniially discovered by Dedekind but have since been studied for their many arithmetic properties. Much work has been done on Dedekind sums and in Rademacher and Grosswald released a book that summarised much of what was known, as well as providing a.

Starting with the work of Gauss, Abel, and Jacobi, the book then discusses the attempt by Dedekind to construct a theory of modular functions independent of elliptic functions. The latter part of the book explains how Hurwitz completed this task and includes one of Hurwitz's landmark papers, translated by the author, and delves into the work of Cited by: 9.

Richard Dedekind (–) was one of the greatest mathematicians of the nineteenth-century, as well as one of the most important contributors to algebra and number theory of all time.

Any comprehensive history of mathematics will mention him for his investigation of the notions of algebraic number, field, ring, group, module, lattice, etc. Dedekind cut, in mathematics, concept advanced in by the German mathematician Richard Dedekind that combines an arithmetic formulation of the idea of continuity with a rigorous distinction between rational and irrational nd reasoned that the real numbers form an ordered continuum, so that any two numbers x and y must satisfy one and only one of the conditions x.

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Abstract. We encountered Dedekind sums in our study of finite Fourier analysis in Chapter 7, and we became intimately acquainted with their siblings in our study of the coin-exchange problem in Chapter 1 They have one shortcoming, however (which we shall remove): the definition of s(a, b) requires us to sum over b terms, which is rather slow when b = 2for : Matthias Beck, Sinai Robins.

A real number is a Dedekind cut in Q \mathbb{Q} Q and the set of real numbers is denoted R \mathbb{R} R. Note that the cut is ordered and the elements of L L L (as in Lower) are all smaller than the elements of U U U (as in Upper).

Richard Dedekind published the book ‘’ Vorlesungen über Zahlentheorie’ or ‘Lectures on Number Theory’ in German in which contained the lectures given by Dirichlet earlier on the subject.

The third and fourth editions of this book were published in and respectively in which supplements written by Dedekind introduced a. For a positive integer k and an arbitrary integer h, the Dedekind sum s(h,k) was first studied by Dedekind because of the prominent role it plays in the transformation theory of the Dedekind eta-function, which is a modular form of weight 1/2 for the full modular group.

essays on the theory of numbers i. continuity and irrational numbers ii. the nature and meaning of numbers by richard dedekind authorised translation by wooster woodruff beman professor of mathematics in the university of michigan chicago the open court publishing company london agents kegan paul, trench, tr¨ubner & co., ltd.

Starting with the work of Gauss, Abel, and Jacobi, the book then discusses the attempt by Dedekind to construct a theory of modular functions independent of elliptic functions. The latter part of the book explains how Hurwitz completed this task and includes one of Hurwitz's landmark papers, translated by the author, and delves into the work of Brand: Cambridge University Press.

[At1] Atiyah, M.F.: The logarithm of the Dedekind η-function. Math. Ann, – () Google ScholarCited by: The Dedekind eta function (also called the η function) is defined in the upper half-plane of complex numbers, with a positive imaginary part. The function was first described by Dedekind inand can be mathematically defined in a few different ways.

For example, where z is a complex-number it can be represented by infinite products, as follows (Rademacher & Grosswald, ).The classical and higher-dimensional Dedekind sums are therefore also related to the properties and classification of the classical (three-dimensional) and higher-dimensional lens spaces, respec- Note Added in Proof.

A book on the classical (two-dimensional) Dedekind sums has appeared recently (Rademacher-Grosswald, Dedekind sums, Math.