Well, thanks alot again, you do great things, like Iwaniec.

]]>I don’t speak german, but pages 119-122 of the google book id=YwBMAAAAcAAJ&pg=PA119 seem to have student numbers and the list of the then professors (but no office numbers unfortunately), while the book id=WxZMAAAAcAAJ&pg=PA11 has professor names with some numbers but maybe these are not office numbers.

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]]>Do you and Iwaniec plan to update your great reference “Analytic Number Theory”? I am thinking:

_ternary Goldbach problem

_infinitely many short/long intervals between primes

_perhaps sieves in orbits

_perhaps a few words on functoriality and the Ramanujan-Petersson-Selberg conjecture

Obviously you are among the best-placed to talk of much of this.

Maybe simply add some of your survey articles essentially as appendices.

I would preorder the book if this helps. :)

I could subsidize the production further -after negotiation. :)

Thanks alot for your great work.

]]>For example, a Plaley type result such as

Sum_{a in A} X(a) > (#A)^{1/2}

for infinitely many primes p?

2. For random subset R of Fp?

Thank you.

]]>This reminds me somehow that Proust uses a few times the word “téléphonage” to mean “a phone call”…

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