**Lectures on Riemann Matrices**

by C.L. Siegel

**Publisher**: Tata Institute of Fundamental Research 1963**ISBN/ASIN**: B000OK34HM**Number of pages**: 101

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In this course of lectures, we shall be concerned with a systematic study of Riemann matrices which arise in a natural way from the theory of abelian functions. Contents: Abelian Functions; Commutator-algebra of a R-matrix; Division algebras over Q with a positive involution; Cyclic algebras; Division algebras over Q; Positive involutions of the second kind in division algebras; Existence of R-matrices with given commutator-algebra; Modular groups associated with Riemann matrices.

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