By Melvyn B. Nathanson (auth.), David Chudnovsky, Gregory Chudnovsky (eds.)
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Sketch of the Proof. d C 1/m1 . mod p m1 /. Hence gs1 D 1 C bp m1 . 1 C bp m1 k / Á X Âk Ã j Äd This is a polynomial in k of degree d < j m m1 . mod p m /: Sum-Product Theorems and Applications 31 1 1 Take m1 with p m1 < t 4 and N t 4 . Write X X epm . x; y/ D X Âxy Ã j Äd j bj 1 pm j m1 : Apply then Vinogradov exponential sum bound. log t/3 : There is the following general multilinear bound for composite modulus. Theorem 5 ([B3]). 1 Ä i Ä k/ and also max jAi \ 2Zq1 Then 1 q1 . x1 : : : xk /ˇˇ < q ˇ ˇ ˇx1 2A1 ;:::;xk 2Ak ı jA1 j jAk j: 10 Exponential Sums in Finite Commutative Rings Let R be a finite commutative ring with unit and assume jRj D q with no small prime divisors: Denote R D invertible elements.
W; ˛I N n/ WD Œ: : : ŒŒn˛1 w1 ˛2 w2 : : : ˛d wd ; where W D w1 w2 : : : wk is a word in the alphabet f0; 1g, and ˛N D h˛1 ; ˛2 ; : : : ; ˛d i. In addition to its usual meaning, let “<” denote the lexicographic ordering on f0; 1gd . , the number of 1s in W . Lemma 3. V; ˛I N 1/: Proof. We work by induction on d . For d D 1, the result obviously holds since ˛1 62 Z. 50 R. Graham and K. d 1/-tuples . Assume that W < V . v2 vd ; hŒ˛1 w1 ˛2 ; ˛3 ; : : : ; ˛d iI 1/ Thus, we may assume that w1 < v1 , and so w1 wd 1 < v1 vd 1 .
R2 ) the number of real (resp. I // for almost all ideals I (Egami’s problem). (results by Konyagin–Shparlinski, Bourgain–Chang, . . ). More precise statements obtained in [B-C2]. Prime ideal case. T / the number of prime ideals of norm ÄT . 1// T : log T Theorem 1 ([B-C2]). "; K/ > 0 such that for T ! P/1 ı gj < T " : General integral ideals. I / Ä T . K/j: Theorem 2 ([B-C2]). ı/ ! 0 with ı ! I /1 ı for ideals I outside a sequence of asymptotic density at most ı 0 . 34 J. Bourgain Main idea. Consider the quotient map ' W O !
Additive Number Theory: Festschrift In Honor of the Sixtieth Birthday of Melvyn B. Nathanson by Melvyn B. Nathanson (auth.), David Chudnovsky, Gregory Chudnovsky (eds.)