# Difference between revisions of "Vinogradov integral"

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A multiple integral of the form | A multiple integral of the form | ||

− | + | $$ \int \limits_0^1 \dots \int \limits_0^1 |S|^{2k} d \alpha_1 \dots d \alpha_n, $$ | |

where | where | ||

− | + | $$ S = \sum_{1 \leq x \leq P} e^{2 \pi i (\alpha_1 x + \dots + \alpha_n x^n)}, $$ | |

− | which is the average value of order | + | which is the average value of order $2k$ of the modulus of a [[Trigonometric sum|trigonometric sum]]. Vinogradov's theorem on the value of this integral — the theorem about the average — forms the basis of estimates of Weyl sums (cf. [[Vinogradov method|Vinogradov method]]; [[Vinogradov theorem about the average|Vinogradov theorem about the average]]). |

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## Latest revision as of 21:35, 14 January 2017

A multiple integral of the form

$$ \int \limits_0^1 \dots \int \limits_0^1 |S|^{2k} d \alpha_1 \dots d \alpha_n, $$

where

$$ S = \sum_{1 \leq x \leq P} e^{2 \pi i (\alpha_1 x + \dots + \alpha_n x^n)}, $$

which is the average value of order $2k$ of the modulus of a trigonometric sum. Vinogradov's theorem on the value of this integral — the theorem about the average — forms the basis of estimates of Weyl sums (cf. Vinogradov method; Vinogradov theorem about the average).

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Vinogradov integral.

*Encyclopedia of Mathematics.*URL: http://encyclopediaofmath.org/index.php?title=Vinogradov_integral&oldid=40183

This article was adapted from an original article by A.A. Karatsuba (originator), which appeared in Encyclopedia of Mathematics - ISBN 1402006098. See original article