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Lectures on Siegel's Modular Functions

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Lectures on Siegel's Modular Functions
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Publisher: Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
ISBN/ASIN: B0007JLBX4
Number of pages: 286

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Contents: The Modular Group of Degree n; The Symplectic group of degree n; Reduction Theory of Positive Definite Quadratic Forms; The Fundamental Domain of the Modular Group of Degree n; Modular Forms of Degree n; Algebraic dependence of modular forms; The symplectic metric; Lemmas concerning special integrals; etc.

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