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SUMMARY:Basic notions: Barry Mazur (Harvard) - Heuristics in Arithmetic---and Randomness, part II
DESCRIPTION:Link to Zoom:\nhttps://huji.zoom.us/j/82622267672?pwd=UjFUeG9VamU3T2Yra1ljWWJ5Zzl6dz09 [1]\nIf entering the info manually:\nMeeting ID: 826 2226 7672\nPasscode: 821479\nLink to recording of 1st lecture:\nhttps://huji.zoom.us/rec/share/Q31IWBijwtwBSxrhb_dHfo9y7YbGSW34AG6a6lugNSWVv8eg04pDErF71pD8rD2u.MOlHLO5ryJfrzM0S?startTime=1638453452000\nABSTRACT: Some conjectures about issues in number theory are made by first \nconsidering everything you know about the structure of the underlying \nproblem and then, assuming that everything else is random---you compute---to \nget an estimate, which allows you then to make a guess---a conjecture. I will \ndiscuss a number of classical examples of this, and of current 'heuristics' \n that include recent work with Karl Rubin, and Alexandra Shlapentokh. Since \nthis is a general Basic Notions seminar I hope that my audience will also \noffer examples in their own specific field(s) of interest\n\n[1] https://huji.zoom.us/j/82622267672?pwd=UjFUeG9VamU3T2Yra1ljWWJ5Zzl6dz09\n
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