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Vinogradov’s three primes theorem with primes having given primitive roots

  • C. FREI (a1), P. KOYMANS (a2) and E. SOFOS (a3)

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The first purpose of our paper is to show how Hooley’s celebrated method leading to his conditional proof of the Artin conjecture on primitive roots can be combined with the Hardy–Littlewood circle method. We do so by studying the number of representations of an odd integer as a sum of three primes, all of which have prescribed primitive roots. The second purpose is to analyse the singular series. In particular, using results of Lenstra, Stevenhagen and Moree, we provide a partial factorisation as an Euler product and prove that this does not extend to a complete factorisation.

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Vinogradov’s three primes theorem with primes having given primitive roots

  • C. FREI (a1), P. KOYMANS (a2) and E. SOFOS (a3)

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