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By Neal Koblitz

ISBN-10: 3764331046

ISBN-13: 9783764331047

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Obviously we have N ra,N(z, w) = ^ 0 v ,iv(a)r a+ v(z, w). 9) we get where 5^, N (z,y(w)). 11) where ^(z, w) is as above, and _ Pa ni j r(a) r ' ^ ~ %nHn\T{n + a) ^ i ) r(^ + a)r(^ + a + n)r(-^) _^_ T(£ + 2a + n) Downloaded from University Publishing Online. 250 on Tue Jan 24 04:14:24 GMT 2012. 11). For the sake of notational simplicity we now put A)F(Z)| + |(A)F(r)|. Thus all expressions in this and the next sections possibly depend on the parameter N despite our neglecting to mention this. 12) with n = N to Re £ = - a - \ we see that PKQ) is continuous when Q tends to 0 from the right; and thus r^(z9w) is continuous on the diagonal z = w.

14) holds we have, uniformly for (0

Thus we have \(dzYCil)(z, w)\ < v1-" exp(-y/(« + N)). 49) Similarly we have \(dz)vCil\w,z)\ < y1-*-* exp(-tV(a + N)). 35). 34) is equivalent to the claim / Ca(z, w)f(w)dfi(w) = 0 (/ G £°°(n A/ = A/). 32) into the left side. The resulting expression is a triple integral, for we have (/, 1) = 0, as we remarked already. 48) with v = 0. 46); note that in the present situation the relevant limit in mean reduces to the ordinary one. Hence it is enough to show that £(*,/) = 0 (t2^K2). 54) To this end we invoke the relation (t2 - K2)8,(tJ) = f [/(w)AE(w, \ - it) - E(w, \ - it)Af(w)]dfi(w)9 Downloaded from University Publishing Online.

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