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The distribution of exponential sums

  • J. H. Loxton (a1)

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We shall consider incomplete exponential sums of the shape

where q, a and h are integers satisfying 1 ≤ a < a + h ≤ q, f(x) is a function denned at least for the integers in the range of summation, and eq(t) is an abbreviation for e2πit/q.

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