On mixed joint discrete universality for a class of zeta-functions. II
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We investigate the mixed joint discrete value distribution and the mixed joint discrete universality for the pair consisting of a rather general form of zeta-function with an Euler product and a periodic Hurwitz zeta-function with transcendental parameter. The common differences of relevant arithmetic progressions are not necessarily the same. Also some generalizations are given. For this purpose, certain arithmetic conditions on the common differences are used.
Keywordsarithmetic progression joint approximation Hurwitz zeta-function periodic coefficients probability measure value distribution weak convergence Matsumoto zeta-function Steuding class universality
MSC11M06 11M41 11M35
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