By K. Alladi, P. Erdös, J. D. Vaaler (auth.), A. C. Adolphson, J. B. Conrey, A. Ghosh, R. I. Yager (eds.)

A convention on Analytic quantity concept and Diophantine difficulties was once held from June 24 to July three, 1984 on the Oklahoma nation collage in Stillwater. The convention was once funded via the nationwide technological know-how origin, the school of Arts and Sciences and the dep. of arithmetic at Oklahoma nation college. The papers during this quantity characterize just a component of the numerous talks given on the convention. The significant audio system have been Professors E. Bombieri, P. X. Gallagher, D. Goldfeld, S. Graham, R. Greenberg, H. Halberstam, C. Hooley, H. Iwaniec, D. J. Lewis, D. W. Masser, H. L. Montgomery, A. Selberg, and R. C. Vaughan. of those, Professors Bombieri, Goldfeld, Masser, and Vaughan gave 3 lectures each one, whereas Professor Hooley gave . particular periods have been additionally held and so much members gave talks of at the least twenty mins each one. Prof. P. Sarnak used to be not able to wait yet a paper in accordance with his meant speak is integrated during this quantity. We take this chance to thank all members for his or her (enthusiastic) help for the convention. Judging from the reaction, it used to be deemed a hit. As for this quantity, I take accountability for any typographical error that could happen within the ultimate print. I additionally ask for forgiveness for the hold up (which used to be as a result of the many difficulties incurred whereas retyping all of the papers). A. designated because of Dollee Walker for retyping the papers and to Prof. W. H. Jaco for his aid, encouragement and tough paintings in bringing the assumption of the convention to fruition.

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J, let v be a place of k. with an extension ~ to K, with associated absolute values II ~ and II v ' v We have r/[K :k. J ~ 1~lv = I~I~ v v v if ~ E k. and thus we can use (21) to extend the absolute value II ally defined in fl, to the field K. Liouville Bound. wah 0 Plto06. [K :k. J. v v ~ We can now state Let a E K, B E fl, a f B. uiM, we have By the Fundamental Inequality we have log la-BI ) - log h(a-B) v (21) v , origin- 27 and h(a-a) by property d) of the height. ~ 2h(a)h(a) Since la-al follows.

Log h(P) + d1(EvEf *(8t) + log h(Sl)) *-1 + d 2 ( EvEf (8 t) + log h(S2)) wheJte E E= 0 v if 2 EVE = TF:Qf i f remarked So if is real with Il v if Il v R, = c. :J. P for some I*. I P. :J. P). and if T Then we get 40 We now choose and 8 such that d 18 log 1~1 - 6 Iv ~ 1 and let D + We have proved 00. Thue-Siegel Principle. Let 1, 2. Then we have Two more steps are needed: the estimation of Ai and that of T. aa. 1. d1 d2

Let Ie {O, I ,2, • • • , N-I } with 111 = M and 1 = {n1 < n2 < < We polynomials Q (x) define and in M nM} • variables as PI (x) 1 follows. We set n. 1 ) where is the Vandermonde determinant. polynomials The polynomials P1 (x) are the Schur (or S-functions) whose basic properties are given in Clearly Ql and PI each have integer PI has nonnegative integer coefficients. Macdonald [5] and Stanley [10]. coefficients. 12)] and [10, p. 1]. ) P1 (1,1, ••• ,1) ([5, pp. 27-28]).