By Wolmer Vasconcelos, D. Eisenbud, D.R. Grayson, J. Herzog, M. Stillman
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T 4 12 3 6 4 12 12 4 3 6 12 2 N Σ 4 42 2 1 42 42 3 42 In this case the visits number, averaged along the 4 primitive elements of the field, equals 4+2+1+3 1 N= =2 , 4 2 therefore N /m = 1/2. The space average also takes the value |G| 6 1 = = . z−1 12 2 Thus, for p = 13, the equipartition criterium is also fulfilled exactly (in the average with respect to the choice of the primitive element A). The individual choices (A = 2, 6, 7, 11) provide, correspondingly, the errors (3/10, −1/10, −3/10, 1/10) .
Chapter 7 65 To see the permutation of the 6 points of the projective line, produced by the replacement of the generator A by the generator As = As , it suffices to take one point k, for which λ attains a choosen value, and to represent k −ks Ak in terms of As . Since A = A−s s , we obtain A = As . Therefore, the new choice of the generator acts on each line the same way, as the Frobenius transformation Φ−s = Φ−1 s . For this reason we shall study now the action of the Frobenius transformations Φs on our straight lines.
The asymptotical expression provides ϑµ(p − 1) ≈ 252 (suggesting the decline of the difference between N/m and √ |G|/z like c/ p). It would be interesting to see more examples, for larger p, to evaluate the decline empirically. The quantities N (A)/m, corresponding to different primitive elements A, may deviate from the mean value for some exceptional values of A, and the evaluation of the dispersion of this deviation might provide an interesting information on the rarity of those exceptional values of A for large primes p.