Let N be a fixed integer and f be a holomorphic newform of level q, weight k and trivial nebentypus, where q is a multiple of N. In this article, we prove that the pushforward to the modular curve of level N of the mass measure of f tends weakly to the Haar measure as qk→∞. This generalizes the previous results for modular curve of level 1. The main innovation of this article is to obtain an upper bound for the local integral which cancels the convexity bound of the corresponding L-function in level aspect.
Let E be a quadratic algebra over a number field F. Let E(g, s) be an Eisenstein series on GL2(E), and let F be a cuspidal automorphic form on GL2(F). We will consider in this paper the following automorphic integral:
This is in some sense the complementary case to the well-known Rankin–Selberg integral and the triple product formula. We will approach this integral by Waldspurger’s formula, giving a criterion about when the integral is automatically zero, and otherwise the L-functions it represents. We will also calculate the local integrals at some ramified places, where the level of the ramification can be arbitrarily large.
This paper is devoted to finding the highest possible focus order of planar polynomial differential equations. The results consist of two parts: (i) we explicitly construct a class of concrete systems of degree n, where n+1 is a prime p or a power of a prime p^k, and show that these systems can have a focus order n^2-n; (ii) we theoretically prove the existence of polynomial systems of degree n having a focus order n^2-1 for any even number n. Corresponding results for odd n and more concrete examples having higher focus orders are given too.
Weijia WangYanqi Lake Beijing Institute of Mathematical Sciences and Applications & Yau Mathematical Sciences Center, Tsinghua University, Beijing 101408, PR ChinaHao ZhangSchool of Mathematics, Hunan University, Changsha 410082, PR China
We investigate meromorphic quasi-modular forms and their L-functions. We study the space of meromorphic quasi-modular forms and Rankin–Cohen brackets of meromorphic modular forms. Then we define their L-functions by using multiple techniques of regularized integral. Explicit formulas for the L-functions are given.
In his monograph Arthur (The endoscopic classification of representations: orthogonal and symplectic groups, Colloquium Publications, American Mathematical Society, Providence, 2013) characterizes the L-packets of quasisplit symplectic groups and orthogonal groups. By extending his work, we characterize the L-packets for the corresponding similitude groups with desired properties. In particular, we show these packets satisfy the conjectural endoscopic character identities.