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This meticulously edited choice of papers comes out of the 9th overseas Symposium on Approximation thought held in Nashville, Tennessee, in January, 1998. every one quantity includes a number of invited survey papers written by way of specialists within the box, besides contributed examine papers.
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The Eisenstein series ~(>) ~(2,4,1), with its only zero at Now if f c ~ 1 (2,k,l), at for " unique constant then r- c ~(1,4,1) c • 0 = e2n1/3 • a 0 " 2k so vanishes f - " 0 ,2k 1-~1 DIRICHLET SERIES WITH FUNCTIONAL EQUATION = E4. f1, if = 4, k where fl E mC2,k-4,l). i i,ik/4 1 -'t which proves l = ~(2,k,l), ml(2,k,l) + [~]. For g = ~8 - C = -1, aE4 chooge n I 0 u vanishes at not have a zero at 1. = -1, • zero at = Jg, Lhtm f1 t = i n -1 ~ (-1) 1 , E ~ 1 (2,k-2,+1). nomtal in ~ =1 and r, If so g Then dim = u, f = Note h, f mo<2,k,C) o, where m1 (2,k,-l) + [~].
The MODULAR FOHMS AND DIRICIILET SERIES I-26 Eisenstein ~ r• (nr + m)-k n,mcL is holomorphic on Gk(~~ :g) = (cT (The g2 and g 2 ~ 6~, g3 PROPOSITION ~. ) a v Clearly 2 Now ~ ;;1n ,,.. for (~ ~) £ SL(2,Z). The Fourier expansion is: (n) "' Gk(-r) = 2C(k) + E~=l = mtL 1: (m entire, or period and satisfies of Weierstrass theory are g3 where ~. > 0, + 1, -rl- 2 , 1: (m + n-r)-k. mel: for the rltfference is even, and-+ 0 as Thus: (2nll 2 z 0-z) 2 Im r -• ~. DIRICIILET SERIES WITH FUNCTTONAL EQUATION ~c~ D1fferent1at1ng wlth respect to I-27 = 2wiz): ~ (m ~ ~)-k ~ C-2n1~k ~~ nk-1 n ' mtl: ~n=l Ck-1 !
Point '1 Let L be elliptic, with fixed in the upper llalf plane. ,. b) f(-ll~) k) = for some constants L is periodic, ~. Suppose there r<•> k £(~) f(T) ). ) o, o, and k ) Then £. e. e. L(t) = P•t, and we want p to 1. DIRICHLET SERIES WITH FUNCTIONAL EQUATION be a root of Let I-17 1. g(-r) = (-r k - T1 l , for Im(-r) > 0. Then g(L(d) ~-k ( for some constant i g(-r)'l evaluating at '1; Now let we see Then l h(L(T)) en I 0 = t'lh(•l, h(-r) and writing for two distinct values of f(T +A)= f(-r), hence p and pn is a root of the order of zero of -r 1 = L(-r 1 l 1 K at n, since en~ 0; whPn -r 1 , f(-r)g(-r).
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