For each positive characteristic multiple zeta value defined by Thakur, the first and third authors constructed a t-module such that a certain coordinate of a logarithmic vector of a specified algebraic point is a rational multiple of that multiple zeta value. The main result in this paper gives explicit formulae for all of the coordinates of this logarithmic vector in terms of Taylor coefficients of t-motivic multiple zeta values and t-motivic Carlitz multiple star polylogarithms.
We establish a general Kronecker limit formula of arbitrary rank over global function fields with Drinfeld period domains playing the role of upper-half plane. The Drinfeld-Siegel units come up as equal characteristic modular forms replacing the classical $\Delta$. This leads to analytic means of deriving a Colmez-type formula for "stable Taguchi height" of CM Drinfeld modules having arbitrary rank. A Lerch-Type formula for "totally real" function fields is also obtained, with the Heegner cycle on the Bruhat-Tits buildings intervene. Also our limit formula is naturally applied to the special values of both the Rankin-Selberg L-functions and the Godement-Jacquet L-functions associated to automorphic cuspidal representations over global function fields.
In the classical theory of multiple zeta values (MZV’s), Furusho proposed a conjecture asserting that the p-adic MZV’s satisfy the same Q-linear relations that their corresponding real-valued MZV’s satisfy. In this paper, we verify a stronger version of a function field analogue of Furusho’s conjecture in the sense that we are able to deal with all linear relations over an algebraic closure of the given rational function field, not just the rational linear relations.