We discuss Waldspurger’s local period integral for newforms in new cases. The main tool is the work of Hu and Nelson (2018) on Waldspurger’s period integral using minimal vectors, and the explicit relation between newforms and minimal vectors. We use a representation-theoretical trick to simplify computations for newforms. As an example, we compute the local integral coming from a special arithmetic setting which was used to study the 3-part full BSD conjecture by Hu et al. (2019).
We develop a general procedure to study the combinatorial structure of Arthur packets for p-adic quasisplit Sp(N) and O(N) following the works of Mœglin. This allows us to answer many delicate questions concerning the Arthur packets of these groups, for example the size of the packets.
In this short paper we give the sub-local upper bound for the sup norm of an automorphic form on PGL_n, whose associated automorphic representation has finite conductor C(π)=p^c with c→∞, and its local component at the place of ramification is a minimal vector belonging to an irreducible representation with generic induction datum.
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.