By Stephen Gelbart, J. Coates, S. Helgason, Freydoon Shahidi
Analytic houses of Automorphic L-Functions is a three-chapter textual content that covers massive study works at the automorphic L-functions connected through Langlands to reductive algebraic teams.
Chapter I specializes in the research of Jacquet-Langlands tools and the Einstein sequence and Langlands’ so-called “Euler products. This bankruptcy explains how neighborhood and worldwide zeta-integrals are used to turn out the analytic continuation and practical equations of the automorphic L-functions hooked up to GL(2). bankruptcy II bargains with the advancements and refinements of the zeta-inetgrals for GL(n). bankruptcy III describes the implications for the L-functions L (s, ?, r), that are thought of within the consistent phrases of Einstein sequence for a few quasisplit reductive group.
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In order to exploit the analytic properties of Z(s, φ) (and relate them to those of X(s,7r) = ΠΧ(θ, πν)) it is necessary to show that the X and ε factors which arise from the local versions of Z(s,(p) coincide with those defined in [Go J a] by way of the integrals 2(«β,Φ,/). This is a delicate enough technical problem which is further complicated by the fact that not all local representations have Whittaker models. Once settled, the converse theorem is easily established. Some uses of the converse theorem are reviewed in [Gel]; although the "trace formula" ostensibly renders the converse theorem redundant in establishing "Langlands functionality", the theorem remains a satisfying tool for recognizing automorphic cuspidal representations (cf.
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E. which representations r) arise in this context, we need yet a few more definitions. For convenience, we reformulate the results of [Lai] from the slightly more general point of view of [Sha 1,3,8]. Hence G is not necessarily split, or semisimple, or of adjoint type. 2). Suppose that Η contains a Borel subgroup Β also defined over F , and write Β = T77, with Τ a maximal torus (also defined over F ) . Assume that P our maximal parabolic subgroup Ρ = GU contains B, and fix a special H H maximal compact subgroup K„ C Hv so that Η = BK = PK with H K = UK^.
Analytic Properties of Automorphic L-Functions by Stephen Gelbart, J. Coates, S. Helgason, Freydoon Shahidi