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2. 3 Notes on Chapter 2 See [Sel47] for the original account of A. Selberg's sieve method, also [Sel91]. Here we have followed the presentation in [HR74], including introduction of the parameter £. 9 in [BaD04]. 2), and his method is often referred to as the A2-method. Simple and elegant as his approach is, the estimation of the sum G presents, as we shall see, some technical problems when studied on the basis of O,(K). Selberg developed also a weighted form of the A2 method (described in [Sel91]), and this has since been generalized, refined, and extended in [H-B97, HoTs06], and notably, in [GPY].
6) in a more general form that we shall need at the next stage. 2. 6) satisfies £ > z, and that q is a natural number such that (q,P(z)) = 1. Then, writing v = (logf)/logz (so that v > 1), q d\P(z) d 14) together imply that the product p>t converges and equals 1 + 0 ^ ( 1 / log t). 13). 7 is complete.
A first course in theory of numbers by Chowdhury K.C.
14) together imply that the product p>t converges and equals 1 + 0 ^ ( 1 / log t). 13). 7 is complete.