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Regensburg is a Landkreis in Bavaria, Germany. It is bounded by (from the north, in clockwise direction) the districts of Schwandorf, Cham, Straubing-Bogen, Kelheim and Neumarkt.

J.C. Newman Cigar Company was established in 1895 and is the oldest family-owned premium cigar maker in the United States. It was founded in Cleveland, Ohio by Julius Caeser Newman, a Hungarian immigrant.

The Regensburg Interim, traditionally called in English the Interim of Ratisbon, was a temporary settlement in matters of religion, entered into by Emperor Charles V with the Protestants in 1541. It was published at the conclusion on 29 July 1541 of the Imperial Diet known as the Diet of Ratisbon.

Regensburg also called Ratisbon in English and Ratisbonne in French, a German city in Bavaria, south-east Germany

In mathematics, the Selberg trace formula, introduced by Selberg , is an expression for the character of the unitary representation of G on the space L2(G/Γ) of square-integrable functions, where G is a Lie group and Γ a cofinite discrete group. The character is given by the trace of certain functions on G. The simplest case is when Γ is cocompact, when the representation breaks up into discrete summands.

In mathematics, the Selberg class is an axiomatic definition of a class of L-functions. The members of the class are Dirichlet series which obey four axioms that seem to capture the essential properties satisfied by most functions that are commonly called L-functions or zeta functions.

The Selberg zeta-function was introduced by Atle Selberg . It is analogous to the famous Riemann zeta function ζ ( s ) = ∏ p ∈ P 1 1 − p − s {\displaystyle \zeta (s)=\prod _{p\in \mathbb {P} }{\frac {1}{1-p^{-s}}}} where P {\displaystyle \mathbb {P} } is the set of prime numbers.

In mathematics the Selberg integral is a generalization of Euler beta function to n dimensions introduced by Atle Selberg .

In mathematics, in the field of number theory, the Selberg sieve is a technique for estimating the size of "sifted sets" of positive integers which satisfy a set of conditions which are expressed by congruences. It was developed by Atle Selberg in the 1940s.

In mathematics, the Selberg conjecture, named after Atle Selberg, is a theorem about the density of zeros of the Riemann zeta function ζ. It is known that the function has infinitely many zeroes on this line in the complex plane: the point at issue is how densely they are clustered.

In mathematics, Selberg's conjecture, conjectured by Selberg , states that the eigenvalues of the Laplace operator on Maass wave forms of congruence subgroups are at least 1/4.

In number theory, Selberg's identity is an approximate identity involving logarithms of primes found by Selberg . Selberg and Erdős both used this identity to given elementary proofs of the prime number theorem.

The Selberg is a hill, 545.1 m, in the county of Kusel in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate. It is part of the North Palatine Uplands and is a southern outlier of the Königsberg.