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Front Page Publications de l'Institut MathématiquePublisher: Matematički institut SANU, BeogradISSN: 0350-1302Issue: (N.S.) 76 (90)Date: 2004Journal Homepage

Quasiconformal Harmonic Functions Between Convex Domains 3 - 20
David Kalaj  
AbstractKeywords: complex functions; planar harmonic mappingsMSC: 30C55 31A05
On two Classical Results in the First Order Logic 21 - 24
Miodrag Kapetanović  
AbstractKeywords: Hilbert, Ackermann, HerbrandMSC: 03F05 03F07
Star Complements and Maximal Exceptional Graphs 25 - 30
P. Rowlinson  
AbstractKeywords: exceptional graph, eigenvalue; star complementMSC: 05C50DOI: 10.2298/PIM0476025RZbl: 1088.05053
A Multiple sum Involving the MÖbius Function 31 - 39
Yoichi Motohashi  
AbstractKeywords: Möbius functionMSC: 11A25 11M06DOI: 10.2298/PIM0476031MZbl: 1098.11049
The Spectral Mean Square of Hecke L-functions on the Critical Line 41 - 55
M. Jutila  
AbstractKeywords: automorphic L-functions, spectral theoryMSC: 11F66 11M41DOI: 10.2298/PIM0476041JZbl: 1098.11033
A Note on Moments of Zeta'(1/2+i Gamma) 57 - 63
Antanas Laurinčikas and Jörn Steuding  
AbstractKeywords: Riemann zeta-function, simple zerosMSC: 11M06DOI: 10.2298/PIM0476057LZbl: 1098.11042
Discrete Value -- Distribution of L-functions of Elliptic Curves 65 - 71
Virginija Garbaliauskiene and Antanas Laurinčikas  
AbstractKeywords: Elliptic curve, L-function, limit theorem, probability measure, universality, weak convergenceMSC: 11M41 11G05
Remarks on the LindelÖf Hypothesis 73 - 79
Yuichi Kamiya  
AbstractKeywords: the Riemann zeta-function; Lindelöf hypothesis; Banach algebra; functionalMSC: 11M06 47B48
An Asymptotic Formula for a sum Involving Zeros of the Riemann Zeta-function 81 - 88
Yuichi Kamiya and Masatoshi Suzuki  
AbstractKeywords: Riemann zeta-function, non-trivial zeros, asymptotic formulaMSC: 11M36DOI: 10.2298/PIM0476081KZbl: 1150.11031
The Distribution of Integers n Divisible by Lomega(n) 89 - 99
F. Luca and A. Sankaranarayanan  
AbstractKeywords: distribution, divisibilityMSC: 11N25DOI: 10.2298/PIM0476089LZbl: 1150.11035
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