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Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics. Download list of titles. This book shows how operator theory interacts with function theory in one and several variables. It starts with a treatment of the theory of bounded holomorphic functions on the unit disc. This introduction to the theory of Diophantine approximation pays special regard to Schmidt's subspace theorem and to its applications to Diophantine equations and related topics. The geometric viewpoint on Diophantine equations has been adopted throughout the book.

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Many of the applications of automorphic forms (cf. also Automorphic form) involve their Fourier coefficients. Here, the special case of holomorphic modular forms of weight for the full modular group will be considered

Many of the applications of automorphic forms (cf. Here, the special case of holomorphic modular forms of weight for the full modular group will be considered. If is a such a modular form, then. for all integers,,, such that and in the upper half-plane. Therefore it has period in the real part of and must have a Fourier expansion.

The comprehensive theory of automorphic forms to subgroups of algebraic groups and the recent arithmetical theory of modular forms illustrate these two aspects in an illuminating manner

The comprehensive theory of automorphic forms to subgroups of algebraic groups and the recent arithmetical theory of modular forms illustrate these two aspects in an illuminating manner. The text is based on the author's lectures given over a number of years and is intended for a one semester graduate course, although it can serve equally well for self study. The only prerequisites are a knowledge of algebra, number theory and complex analysis.

Series: Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics (Book 130). Paperback: 208 pages.

The theory of automorphic forms, which goes back to the work of Poincare and Klein, has been considerably developed and generalized in the last 40 years by the use of new analytic methods, inspired in part by harmonic analysis on Lie groups. This book is devoted to the analytic theory of automorphic forms, limited to the case of fuchsian groups, but from those more general points of view. Series: Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics (Book 130).