Linnik’s theorem for Sato-Tate laws on elliptic curves with complex multiplication
KeywordsPrime Ideal Elliptic Curve Complex Multiplication Elliptic Curf Class Number
This research was supervised by Ken Ono at the Emory University Mathematics REU and was supported by the National Science Foundation (grant number DMS-1250467). We would like to thank Ken Ono and Jesse Thorner for offering their advice and guidance and for providing many helpful discussions and valuable suggestions on the paper. We would also like to thank Professor Jean-Pierre Serre for pointing us to the reference . Finally, we would like to thank the referees for their helpful comments.
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