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T; /dt with T1 D T C log T , T2 D 2T log T . 1. For 0 < " < 1 fixed and T " 6 6 T exp. the above notation Z T 2T j . log T / C O. T log T; / (94) The Mean Values of the Riemann Zeta-Function on the Critical Line 37 and Z 2T T j . log T / C O. 1 note that, for T , we have uniformly for A > 0 sufficiently large X p 3=2 S. ; / D =2 ˛j Äj Hj3 . 1/: Äj 6AT 1 p log T But using (84), (94)–(95) and partial summation it follows that Z 2T j . log T / C O. 3. 4. The bound in (96) was obtained by Motohashi and the author .
With Z 1 j . 1. g/ WD 2 X 1 1 a;b;k;l>0IakCbl64 n 2 . 2 //g. 12 i/ C 12 ig 0 . l . g/ WD 1 X ˛j Hj3 . g/ WD 1 Z 1 1 d2k 1 X X j . 1 C 2i r/j2 3 ˛j;2k Hj;2k . 12 / .. 1 C 1=y// 0 h Re y 1=2 i r 1C i Á 2 . 1 C i r/ i 2 F . 12 C i r; 12 C i rI 1 C 2i rI 1=y/ dy sinh. 3. aI bI cI z/. 1. With this function, after several simplifications, one is led to Motohashi’s explicit formula with a logarithmic error term. 2. T; /D p 2T 1 X ˛j Hj3 . 12 /Äj 1=2 sin Äj log j D1 Äj Á e 4eT 1 2 4 . log3DC9 T /; (90) where the O-constant depends only on D.