Collected Papers V: 1993-1999by Jay Jorgensen, Serge Lang
Pub. Date: 11/01/2000
Publisher: Springer New York
Serge Lang (1927-2005) was one of the top mathematicians of our time. He was born in Paris in 1927, and moved with his family to California, where he graduated from Beverly Hills High School in 1943. He subsequently graduated from California Institute of Technology in 1946, and received a doctorate from Princeton University in 1951 before holding faculty positions at the University of Chicago and Columbia University (1955-1971). At the time of his death he was professor emeritus of Mathematics at Yale University.
An excellent writer, Lang has made innumerable and invaluable contributions in diverse fields of mathematics. He was perhaps best known for his work in number theory and for his mathematics textbooks, including the influential Algebra. He was also a member of the Bourbaki group.
He was honored with the Cole Prize by the American Mathematical Society as well as with the Prix Carrière by the French Academy of Sciences. These five volumes collect the majority of his research papers, which range over a variety of topics.
Table of Contents[1993a] On Cramér’s Theorem for General Euler Products with Functional Equation.- [1993b] Basic Analysis of Regularized Series and Products.- [1994a] Artin Formalism and Heat Kernels.- [1994b] Explicit Formulas for Regularized Products and Series.- [1996c] Extension of Analytic Number Theory and the Theory of Regularized Harmonic Series from Dirichlet Series to Bessel Series.- [1999a] Hilbert-Asai Eisenstein Series, Regularized Products, and Heat Kernels.- Permissions.
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