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### On a q-analogue of the multiple gamma functions

A $q$-analogue of the multiple gamma functions is introduced, and is shown to
satisfy the generalized Bohr-Morellup theorem. Furthermore we give some
expressions of these function.Comment: 8 pages, AMS-Late

### Multiple finite Riemann zeta functions

Observing a multiple version of the divisor function we introduce a new zeta
function which we call a multiple finite Riemann zeta function. We utilize some
$q$-series identity for proving the zeta function has an Euler product and
then, describe the location of zeros. We study further multi-variable and
multi-parameter versions of the multiple finite Riemann zeta functions and
their infinite counterparts in connection with symmetric polynomials and some
arithmetic quantities called powerful numbers.Comment: 19 page

### On a conjecture by Boyd

The aim of this note is to prove the Mahler measure identity
$m(x+x^{-1}+y+y^{-1}+5) = 6 m(x+x^{-1}+y+y^{-1}+1)$ which was conjectured by
Boyd. The proof is achieved by proving relationships between regulators of both
curves

### Solvable Discrete Quantum Mechanics: q-Orthogonal Polynomials with |q|=1 and Quantum Dilogarithm

Several kinds of q-orthogonal polynomials with |q|=1 are constructed as the
main parts of the eigenfunctions of new solvable discrete quantum mechanical
systems. Their orthogonality weight functions consist of quantum dilogarithm
functions, which are a natural extension of the Euler gamma functions and the
q-gamma functions (q-shifted factorials). The dimensions of the orthogonal
spaces are finite. These q-orthogonal polynomials are expressed in terms of the
Askey-Wilson polynomials and their certain limit forms.Comment: 37 pages. Comments and references added. To appear in J.Math.Phy

### Hierarchy of the Selberg zeta functions

We introduce a Selberg type zeta function of two variables which interpolates
several higher Selberg zeta functions. The analytic continuation, the
functional equation and the determinant expression of this function via the
Laplacian on a Riemann surface are obtained.Comment: 14 page

### The 19-Vertex Model at critical regime $|q|=1$

We study the 19-vertex model associated with the quantum group
$U_q(\hat{sl_2})$ at critical regime $|q|=1$. We give the realizations of the
type-I vertex operators in terms of free bosons and free fermions. Using these
free field realizations, we give the integral representations for the
correlation functions.Comment: LaTEX2e, 19page

### Congruence schemes

A new category of algebro-geometric objects is defined. This construction is
a vast generalization of existing F1-theories, as it contains the the theory of
monoid schemes on the one hand and classical algebraic theory, e.g.
Grothendieck schemes, on the the other. It also gives a handy description of
Berkovich subdomains and thus contains Berkovich's approach to abstract
skeletons. Further it complements the theory of monoid schemes in view of
number theoretic applications as congruence schemes encode number theoretical
information as opposed to combinatorial data which are seen by monoid schemes

### The shock process and light element production in supernovae envelopes

Detailed hydrodynamic modeling of the passage of supernova shocks through the hydrogen envelopes of blue and red progenitor stars was carried out to explore the sensitivity to model conditions of light element production (specifically Li-7 and B-11) which was noted by Dearborn, Schramm, Steigman and Truran (1989) (DSST). It is found that, for stellar models with M is less than or approximately 100 M solar mass, current state of the art supernova shocks do not produce significant light element yields by hydrodynamic processes alone. The dependence of this conclusion on stellar models and on shock strengths is explored. Preliminary implications for Galactic evolution of lithium are discussed, and it is suspected that intermediate mass red giant stars may be the most consistent production site for lithium

### Integral representations of q-analogues of the Hurwitz zeta function

Two integral representations of q-analogues of the Hurwitz zeta function are
established. Each integral representation allows us to obtain an analytic
continuation including also a full description of poles and special values at
non-positive integers of the q-analogue of the Hurwitz zeta function, and to
study the classical limit of this q-analogue. All the discussion developed here
is entirely different from the previous work in [4]Comment: 14 page

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