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Cohomology of Arithmetic Groups and Automorphic Forms: Proceedings of a Conference held in Luminy/Marseille, France, May 22–27 1989 /

Cohomology of Arithmetic Groups and Automorphic Forms: Proceedings of a Conference held in Luminy/Marseille, France, May 22–27 1989 /
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Title Cohomology of Arithmetic Groups and Automorphic Forms ([EBook] :) : Proceedings of a Conference held in Luminy/Marseille, France, May 22–27 1989 / / edited by Jean-Pierre Labesse, Joachim Schwermer.
Added Personal Name Labesse, Jean-Pierre editor.
Schwermer, Joachim editor.
Other name(s) SpringerLink (Online service)
Publication Berlin, Heidelberg : : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : : Imprint: Springer, , 1990.
Physical Details VI, 362 p. : online resource.
Series Lecture Notes in Mathematics 0075-8434 ; ; 1447
ISBN 9783540468769
Summary Note Cohomology of arithmetic groups serves as a tool in studying possible relations between the theory of automorphic forms and the arithmetic of algebraic varieties resp. the geometry of locally symmetric spaces. These proceedings will serve as a guide to this still rapidly developing area of mathematics. Besides two survey articles, the contributions are original research papers.:
Contents note Cohomology of arithmetic groups, automorphic forms and L-functions -- Limit multiplicities in L 2(??G) -- Generalized modular symbols -- On Yoshida's theta lift -- Some results on the Eisenstein cohomology of arithmetic subgroups of GL n -- Period invariants of Hilbert modular forms, I: Trilinear differential operators and L-functions -- An effective finiteness theorem for ball lattices -- Unitary representations with nonzero multiplicities in L2(??G) -- Signature des variétés modulaires de Hilbert et representations diédrales -- The Riemann-Hodge period relation for Hilbert modular forms of weight 2 -- Modular symbols and the Steinberg representation -- Lefschetz numbers for arithmetic groups -- Boundary contributions to Lefschetz numbers for arithmetic groups I -- Embedding of Flensted-Jensen modules in L 2(??G) in the noncompact case.
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Internet Site http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/BFb0085723
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