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English | 2006 | ISBN: 3764375353 | PDF | pages: 587 | 41,5 mb

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1998 | pages: 343 | ISBN: 3540121757 | DJVU | 3,3 mb

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English | 2006 | ISBN: 082183651X | 560 Pages | DJVU | 4.74 MB

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English | 2016 | ISBN: 3319287354 | 298 pages | PDF | 4 MB

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2002 | pages: 331 | ISBN: 0821829483 | DJVU | 2,2 mb

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Posted by **tanas.olesya** at Oct. 4, 2014

Princeton University Press | October 2, 2005 | English | ISBN: 0691123306 | 481 pages | PDF | 1 MB

It is now some thirty years since Deligne first proved his general equidistribution theorem, thus establishing the fundamental result governing the statistical properties of suitably "pure" algebro-geometric families of character sums over finite fields (and of their associated L-functions). Roughly speaking, Deligne showed that any such family obeys a "generalized Sato-Tate law," and that figuring out which generalized Sato-Tate law applies to a given family amounts essentially to computing a certain complex semisimple (not necessarily connected) algebraic group, the "geometric monodromy group" attached to that family