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The Conference on L-functions: Fukuoka, Japan, 18-23 February 2006

by Lin Weng

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 981270504X, Hardcover)

This invaluable volume collects papers written by many of the world's top experts on L-functions. It not only covers a wide range of topics from algebraic and analytic number theories, automorphic forms, to geometry and mathematical physics, but also treats the theory as a whole. The contributions reflect the latest, most advanced and most important aspects of L-functions. In particular, it contains Hida's lecture notes at the conference and at the Eigen variety semester in Harvard University and Weng's detailed account of his works on high rank zeta functions and non-abelian L-functions.

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