Modular Forms: A Classical and Computational Introduction by Lloyd J P Kilford

By Lloyd J P Kilford

This e-book provides a graduate student-level advent to the classical thought of modular kinds and computations concerning modular kinds, together with modular features and the idea of Hecke operators. it is usually purposes of modular types to such varied topics because the conception of quadratic types, the facts of Fermat s final theorem and the approximation of pi . It presents a balanced evaluation of either the theoretical and computational aspects of the topic, permitting a number of classes to study from it.

Contents: ancient review; advent to Modular kinds; effects on Finite-Dimensionality; The mathematics of Modular kinds; purposes of Modular types; Modular types in attribute p ; Computing with Modular kinds; Appendices: ; MAGMA Code for Classical Modular varieties; SAGE Code for Classical Modular kinds; tricks and solutions to chose workouts.

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Cz + d|2 Show that if g(z) := |f (z)| · y k/2 , where f ∈ Mk (SL2 (Z)), then g(z) is invariant under the action of ac db . (5) Let k ≥ 4 be an even integer. Show that Mk (SL2 (Z)) = CEk ⊕ Sk (SL2 (Z)): (a) By considering the cuspidal condition, show that either f ∈ Mk (SL2 (Z)) is a cusp form, or that there exists 0 = c ∈ C such that f − c · Ek is a cusp form. (b) Check that this is a direct sum. (6) Prove that Γ0 (p) has two cusps, which we can take to be 0 and ∞, and find the three cusps for Γ(2).

We now evaluate the integral across the top of C, from A to B; by the chain rule, we see that d ˜ dq f (q) , f ′ (z) = dq dz ˜ so we find by substituting f (q) for f (z) that the integral from A to B is equal to the following integral over the circle D of radius e−2πT with centre at 0: B ′ 1 1 df˜/dq f (z) dq; = 2πi A f (z) 2πi D f˜(q) as the integral goes round this circle in a clockwise direction (or, in the words of [Serre (1973a)], has a “negative orientation”), the integral evaluates to −v∞ (f ).

N=1 The coefficients of all of these series are multiplicative, and the modular forms whose Fourier expansions these are all satisfy certain transformation properties, but they are not modular forms for SL2 (Z). We therefore broaden our definitions to include these forms. Let f be a meromorphic function from H to C, and let Γ be a fixed congruence subgroup. If we have that f az + b cz + d = (cz + d)k · f (z) for ab cd ∈ Γ and z ∈ H, then we say that f is weakly modular for Γ. We define the weight k operator |[γ]k on functions from H to C by (f |[γ]k )(z) = (cz + d)−k f az + b cz + d , for z ∈ H.

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