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The theory of Liouville functions

  • Pascal Koiran (a1)

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A Liouville function is an analytic function H: ℂ → ℂ with a Taylor series such the an's form a “very fast growing” sequence of integers. In this paper we exhibit the complete first-order theory of the complex field expanded with H.

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