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This site highlights some of the conjectures and open problems concerning L-functions, with emphasis on the areas in which there has been recent progress using results from Random Matrix Theory. The main page's index links to short articles on such topics as the GUE Hypothesis, Zeros and Primes, and Extremal Problems. The site comes from the American Institute of Mathematics, which has posted these problems to go along with their workshop on L-Functions and Random Matrix Theory, held May 14-18, 2001.

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