Automorphic Representations, LFunctions and Applications: Progress and Prospects [EBook] : Proceedings of a conference honoring Steve Rallis on the occasion of his 60th birthday, The Ohio State University, March 2730, 2003.
Automorphic Representations, LFunctions and Applications: Progress and Prospects [EBook] : Proceedings of a conference honoring Steve Rallis on the occasion of his 60th birthday, The Ohio State University, March 2730, 2003.
Biographical note: James W. Cogdell is Professor at the Mathematics Department of the Oklahoma State University, USA. Dihua Jiang is Associate Professor at the School of Mathematics at the University of Minnesota, USA. Stephen S. Kudla is Professor at the Mathematics Department of the University of...
Personal Name(s):  Cogdell, James W. 

Jiang, Dihua / Kudla, Stephen S. / Soudry, David / Stanton, Robert J.  
Imprint: 
Berlin :
De Gruyter

Physical Description: 
1 online resource (VIII, 430 S.) 
Note: 
englisch 
ISBN: 
9783110892703 9783110179392 
Series Title: 
Ohio State University Mathematical Research Institute Publications ; ;
11 
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Biographical note: James W. Cogdell is Professor at the Mathematics Department of the Oklahoma State University, USA. Dihua Jiang is Associate Professor at the School of Mathematics at the University of Minnesota, USA. Stephen S. Kudla is Professor at the Mathematics Department of the University of Maryland, USA. David Soudry is Professor at the School of Mathematical Sciences of the TelAviv University, Israel. Robert J. Stanton is Professor at the Mathematics Department of the Ohio State University, USA. Main description: The continuing vigor and diversity of research on automorphic representations and their applications to arithmetic are clearly reflected in this volume. The depth and breadth of Rallis's influence are also reflected. The papers in this volume represent many of the most recent developments and directions. Review text: "This volume should be of interest both to researchers and students in the area of automorphic representations, as well as to mathematicians in other areas interested in having an overview of current developments in this important field."L'Enseignement Mathematique 34/2005 