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Ein Beispiel positiv definiter quadratischer Formen der Dimension 4 mit gleichen Darstellungszahlen. (An example of positive definite quadratic forms of dimension 4 with the same representation numbers). (German) Zbl 0697.10018
The author explicitly writes down two inequivalent quaternary quadratic forms with discriminant 1729, which have the same representation numbers for all integers. Up to discriminant 3000 this is the only example of this type. An interpretation of the interesting phenomenon seems to be open.
Reviewer: M.Peters

11E12 Quadratic forms over global rings and fields
11E45 Analytic theory (Epstein zeta functions; relations with automorphic forms and functions)
11E16 General binary quadratic forms
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