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Book DetailsTata Institute of Fundamental Research PublicationsVolume: 4; 2001; 251 ppMSC: Primary 11;
This collection of papers is based on lectures delivered at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) as part of a special year on arithmetic groups, \(L\)functions and automorphic forms. The volume opens with an article by Cogdell and PiatetskiShapiro on Converse Theorems for \(GL_n\) and applications to liftings. It ends with some remarks on the Riemann Hypothesis by Ram Murty. Other talks cover topics such as Hecke theory for Jacobi forms, restriction maps and \(L\)values, congruences for Hilbert modular forms, Whittaker models for \(p\)adic \(GL(4)\), the Seigel formula, newforms for the Maaß Spezialchar, an algebraic Chebotarev density theorem, a converse theorem for Dirichlet series with poles, Kirillov theory for \(GL_2(\mathcal{D})\), and the \(L^2\) Euler characteristic of arithmetic quotients. The present volume is the latest in the Tata Institute's tradition of recognized contributions to number theory.
ReadershipGraduate students and research mathematicians interested in number theory.

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This collection of papers is based on lectures delivered at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) as part of a special year on arithmetic groups, \(L\)functions and automorphic forms. The volume opens with an article by Cogdell and PiatetskiShapiro on Converse Theorems for \(GL_n\) and applications to liftings. It ends with some remarks on the Riemann Hypothesis by Ram Murty. Other talks cover topics such as Hecke theory for Jacobi forms, restriction maps and \(L\)values, congruences for Hilbert modular forms, Whittaker models for \(p\)adic \(GL(4)\), the Seigel formula, newforms for the Maaß Spezialchar, an algebraic Chebotarev density theorem, a converse theorem for Dirichlet series with poles, Kirillov theory for \(GL_2(\mathcal{D})\), and the \(L^2\) Euler characteristic of arithmetic quotients. The present volume is the latest in the Tata Institute's tradition of recognized contributions to number theory.
Graduate students and research mathematicians interested in number theory.