**Heegner Points and Rankin L-Series**

by Henri Darmon, Shou-Wu Zhang

**Publisher**: Cambridge University Press 2004**ISBN/ASIN**: 052183659X**ISBN-13**: 9780521836593**Number of pages**: 382

**Description**:

This volume, based on a workshop on Special Values of Rankin L-Series held at the MSRI in December 2001, is a collection of articles written by many of the leading contributors in the field, having the Gross-Zagier formula and its avatars as a common unifying theme. It serves as a valuable reference for mathematicians wishing to become better acquainted with the theory of complex multiplication, automorphic forms, the Rankin-Selberg method, arithmetic intersection theory, Iwasawa theory, and other topics related to the Gross-Zagier formula.

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