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Notes on Automorphic Functions

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Notes on Automorphic Functions
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Publisher: Kobenhavns Universitet
Number of pages: 186

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In mathematics, the notion of factor of automorphy arises for a group acting on a complex-analytic manifold. From the table of contents: Moebius transformations; Discrete subgroups; Modular groups; Automorphic forms; Poincare Series and Eisenstein Series.

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