Publications
Publications
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125.
Don Zagier
The dilogarithm function
Frontiers in number theory, physics, and geometry. II
Seite 3--65.
Herausgeber: Springer, Berlin,
2007
124.
Kentaro Ihara, Masanobu Kaneko und Don Zagier
Derivation and double shuffle relations for multiple zeta values
Compos. Math., 142(2):307--338
2006
123.
Tim Dokchitser, Rob de Jeu und Don Zagier
Numerical verification of Beilinson's conjecture for K2 of hyperelliptic curves
Compos. Math., 142(2):339--373
2006
122.
Herbert Gangl, Masanobu Kaneko und Don Zagier
Double zeta values and modular forms
Automorphic forms and zeta functions
Seite 71--106.
Herausgeber: World Sci. Publ., Hackensack, NJ,
2006
121.
Peter Kleban und Don Zagier
Crossing probabilities and modular forms
J. Statist. Phys., 113(3-4):431--454
2003
120.
Jean-Pierre Kahane, Pierre Cartier, Vladimir I. Arnold, John Coates, Don Zagier, Ha\"\im Brézis, Frédéric Pham, Bernard Malgrange, Henry Helson, Yves Meyer, Yves Colin de Verdière und Pierre-Louis Lions
Leçons de mathématiques d'aujourd'hui. Vol. 1
Band 4 aus Le Sel et le Fer [Salt and Iron]
Herausgeber: Cassini, Paris,
Second Edition
2003
ISBN: 2-84225-070-2
119.
Don Zagier
Traces of singular moduli
Motives, polylogarithms and Hodge theory, Part I (Irvine, CA, 1998) Band 3 aus Int. Press Lect. Ser.
Seite 211--244.
Herausgeber: Int. Press, Somerville, MA,
2002
118.
F. Rodr\'\iguez Villegas, J. F. Voloch und D. Zagier
Constructions of plane curves with many points
Acta Arith., 99(1):85--96
2001
117.
Yasuo Ohno und Don Zagier
Multiple zeta values of fixed weight, depth, and height
Indag. Math. (N.S.), 12(4):483--487
2001
116.
Eduard Wirsing und Don Zagier
Multiplicative functions with difference tending to zero
Acta Arith., 100(1):75--78
2001
115.
T. Sasamoto und D. Zagier
On the existence of a phase transition for an exclusion process on a ring
J. Phys. A, 34(24):5033--5039
2001
114.
J. Lewis und D. Zagier
Period functions for Maass wave forms. I
Ann. of Math. (2), 153(1):191--258
2001
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