03238nam a22003615i 4500978-1-4612-4752-4cr nn 008mamaa121227s1987 xxu: s :::: 0:eng d9781461247524ENGUSQA299.6-433515Online resource: SpringerLang, Serge.1927-2005.Elliptic Functions[EBook]by Serge Lang.Second Edition.New York, NYSpringer1987.XII, 328 pagesonline resource.textonline resourceGraduate Texts in Mathematics,0072-5285 ;112One General Theory -- 1 Elliptic Functions -- 2 Homomorphisms -- 3 The Modular Function -- 4 Fourier Expansions -- 5 The Modular Equation -- 6 Higher Levels -- 7 Automorphisms of the Modular Function Field -- Two Complex Multiplication Elliptic Curves With Singular Invariants -- 8 Results from Algebraic Number Theory -- 9 Reduction of Elliptic Curves -- 10 Complex Multiplication -- 11 Shimura’s Reciprocity Law -- 12 The Function ?(??)/?(?) -- 13 The ?-adic and p-adic Representations of Deuring -- 14 Ihara’s Theory -- Three Elliptic Curves with Non-Integral Invariant -- 15 The Tate Parametrization -- 16 The Isogeny Theorems -- 17 Division Points Over Number Fields -- Four Theta Functions and Kronecker Limit Formula -- 18 Product Expansions -- 19 The Siegel Functions and Klein Forms -- 20 The Kronecker Limit Formulas -- 21 The First Limit Formula and L-series -- 22 The Second Limit Formula and L-series -- Appendix 1 Algebraic Formulas in Arbitrary Characteristic -- By J. Tate -- 1 Generalized Weierstrass Form -- 2 Canonical Forms -- Appendix 2 The Trace of Frobenius and the Differential of First Kind -- 1 The Trace of Frobenius -- 2 Duality -- 3 The Tate Trace -- 4 The Cartier Operator -- 5 The Hasse Invariant.Elliptic functions parametrize elliptic curves, and the intermingling of the analytic and algebraic-arithmetic theory has been at the center of mathematics since the early part of the nineteenth century. The book is divided into four parts. In the first, Lang presents the general analytic theory starting from scratch. Most of this can be read by a student with a basic knowledge of complex analysis. The next part treats complex multiplication, including a discussion of Deuring's theory of l-adic and p-adic representations, and elliptic curves with singular invariants. Part three covers curves with non-integral invariants, and applies the Tate parametrization to give Serre's results on division points. The last part covers theta functions and the Kronecker Limit Formula. Also included is an appendix by Tate on algebraic formulas in arbitrary charactistic.Online access to this digital book is restricted to subscription institutions through IP address (only for SISSA internal users)Mathematics.Mathematical analysis.Analysis (Mathematics).Mathematics.Analysis.SpringerLink (Online service)Graduate Texts in Mathematics,112http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4612-4752-4