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Analytic number theory has consistently benefitted, to a mutual enrichment, from ideas and techniques brought from other domains of mathematics, to start with the 19th century theory of functions and, in the last century, representation theory. Operator theory, more specifically spectral theory, has also been important. We have explored here some directions in which analytic number theory and pseudodifferential analysis, aka the symbolic calculus of operators, could cooperate.
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