Modular Forms: Basics and Beyond (Springer Monographs in by Goro Shimura

By Goro Shimura

This is a sophisticated ebook on modular kinds. whereas there are various books released approximately modular kinds, they're written at an hassle-free point, and never so fascinating from the perspective of a reader who already is aware the basics. This publication deals anything new, which could fulfill the need of this kind of reader. in spite of the fact that, we country each definition and each crucial truth pertaining to classical modular sorts of one variable.

One of the important new positive aspects of this ebook is the speculation of modular sorts of half-integral weight, one other being the dialogue of theta capabilities and Eisenstein sequence of holomorphic and nonholomorphic kinds. therefore the booklet is gifted in order that the reader can study such theories systematically.

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Also, if f is as in (v), then the c(ξ) are contained in the field generated by all a ∈ A over Q. This proves (v). To discuss S k , we have to be careful about the contribution of cusps to the divisor in question. To simplify the matter, put tα (z) = η(αz)/η(z) for α ∈ Γ (1). 12a), tα (z) = hα (z) if α ∈ Γ (24). 7a) g|k α = tα (z)−2k g(αz) for a function g on H. Let f ∈ S k Γ (N ) with N ∈ 24Z. Then for every α ∈ Γ (1), we see that f |k α ∈ S k Γ (N ) and f |k α = ∞ n=1 cα (n)e(nz/N ) with cα (n) ∈ C, and so we see that div(f ) CN , where div(f ) is considered on VN .

Thus tξ ϕ◦ξ ≤ Bξ pξ (x + ir) dx. 0 Suppose f h is rapidly decreasing at every cusp; then |pξ (x + iy)| ≤ Aξ y −c with positive constants Aξ and c for sufficiently large y. Therefore we obtain our theorem. 9. (i) Let Γ be a congruence subgroup and let f ∈ S k . Then f, δk−2 h = 0 for every h ∈ Ck−2 (Γ ) such that both h and δk−2 h are slowly increasing at every cusp. (ii) Let f ∈ Ck (Γ ). Suppose both f and εf are rapidly decreasing at every cusp and Lk f = 0. Then f ∈ S k . (iii) Let f, g ∈ Ck (Γ ).

THE RATIONALITY AND EISENSTEIN SERIES with gp ∈ M k−2p (Γ, Φ) and c ∈ Φ. (iii) N k = M k if k < 2. Proof. 13) f (z) = t −a fa (z) a=0 (πy) with holomorphic functions fa on H. 14) Dkp (πy)−a = c(πy)−a−p with c ∈ Q× if k > a > 0, which can easily be verified. 14b), we easily see that (i) is true if p = 1. Then the general case can be proved by induction on p. 13) belongs to N k (Γ, Φ); suppose also k ∈ Z for the moment. 15) f kγ = (πy)−a jγa−k (jγ − 2icγ y)a (fa ◦ γ), a=0 t −a gaγ a=0 (πy) −1 with holomorphic functions gaγ .

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