Lectures on Sieve Methods
by H.E. Richert
Publisher: Tata Institute of Fundamental Research 1976
Number of pages: 216
The aim of this text is to provide an introduction to modern sieve methods, i.e. to various forms of both the large sieve (part I of the book) and the small sieve (part II), as well as their interconnections and applications.
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