Lectures on a Method in the Theory of Exponential Sums
by M. Jutila
Publisher: Tata Institute of Fundamental Research 1987
Number of pages: 134
It was my first object to present a selfcontained introduction to summation and transformation formulae for exponential sums involving either the divisor function d(n) or the Fourier coefficients of a cusp form; these two cases are in fact closely analogous. Secondly, I wished to show how these formulae can be applied to the estimation of the exponential sums in question.
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