Lower Order Terms for the One-Level Density of Elliptic Curve L-Functions


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HUYNH, Duc K., Jon P. KEATING, Nina C. SNAITH, 2009. Lower Order Terms for the One-Level Density of Elliptic Curve L-Functions. In: Journal of Number Theory. 129(12), pp. 2883-2902. ISSN 0022-314X. eISSN 1096-1658

@article{Huynh2009Lower-25392, title={Lower Order Terms for the One-Level Density of Elliptic Curve L-Functions}, year={2009}, doi={10.1016/j.jnt.2008.12.008}, number={12}, volume={129}, issn={0022-314X}, journal={Journal of Number Theory}, pages={2883--2902}, author={Huynh, Duc K. and Keating, Jon P. and Snaith, Nina C.} }

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