Automorphic Forms on Adele Groups by Stephen S. Gelbart

By Stephen S. Gelbart

This quantity investigates the interaction among the classical conception of automorphic varieties and the fashionable concept of representations of adele teams. reading very important fresh contributions of Jacquet and Langlands, the writer offers new and formerly inaccessible effects, and systematically develops particular effects and connections with the classical concept. The underlying topic is the decomposition of the usual illustration of the adele team of GL(2). a close facts of the distinguished hint formulation of Selberg is incorporated, with a dialogue of the prospective variety of applicability of this formulation. through the paintings the writer emphasizes new examples and difficulties that stay open in the common theory.

TABLE OF CONTENTS: 1. The Classical concept 2. Automorphic kinds and the Decomposition of L2(PSL(2,R) three. Automorphic kinds as features at the Adele crew of GL(2) four. The Representations of GL(2) over neighborhood and worldwide Fields five. Cusp varieties and Representations of the Adele team of GL(2) 6. Hecke concept for GL(2) 7. the development of a distinct classification of Automorphic varieties eight. Eisenstein sequence and the continual Spectrum nine. The hint formulation for GL(2) 10. Automorphic varieties on a Quaternion Algebra

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Ifhowever s < N;l the localization principle breaks down. 10) < lxi< 26 and f(x) = 0 otherwise. 10), so that the localization principle cannot be true. 4. Equiconvergence of the Fourier Series and the Fourier Integral. 11) 1. Multiple Fourier Series and Fourier Integrals let us fix our attention to the fact that the operator f integral operator (T~(X, f) = f D~(x jTN with kernel D~(x 33 I--t (T~(x, f) is an y)f(y)dy, - y) (the Dirichlet kernei) given by D~(x-y)=(27r)-N L Inl<#' (1_ln~2)8ein(x_y).

Otherwise put, the system {einx}~=_oo constitutes a basis in Lp(T1 ) for 1 < P < 00. In the extremal cases p = 1 and p = 00 this is not true. For rectangular summation the basis property in Lp(TN ), 1 < P < 00, remains in force for any N > 1, as was proved by Sokol-Sokolowski (1947). In fact, the following more general statement is true: if the operators Pn : Lp(T1 ) - t Lp(T1 ) and Qn : Lp(T1 ) - t Lp(T1 ) are uniformly bounded, then the operators Rnmf(x, y) = PnQmf(x, y), where Pn acts on the variable x E Tl and Qm on the variable Y E Tl, are likewise uniformly bounded.

They eonsist of those functions which admit an approximation in the Lp('JI'N)-metric by trigonometrie polynomials of degree n 6 with remainder O(n- l ). Finally, a very general approach to this problem is provided by the Besov classes B~8 with an auxiliary parameter (): if p = () these are the Sobolev-Slobodeckiz classes, if () = 00 the Nikol'skil classes and if p = () = 2 the Liouville classes L~ (Nikol'skil (1977)). In order not to eomplieate the presentation we will in the sequel limit ourselves to the Liouville classes L~, justifying this ehoice by the fact that all the above classes approximately eoincide with L~ (Nikol'skil (1977)): where A~ denotes any of the classes of Sobolev-Slobodeckil, Nikol'skil or Besov (the latter with arbitrary ()).

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