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Is SOC known to imply the Grand Riemann Hypothesis? [closed]

I'm currently working on a conditional proof of the Grand Riemann Hypothesis, which is based on the assumption that every field automorphism of $\mathbb{C}$ that commutes with an element of the ...
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Automorphic L-functions over $GL_n( \mathbb{Q} )$

A paper by Kaczorowski & Perelli arXiv:1207.2312 dealing with the elements of the Selber class with degree two suggests that $S_2$ coincides with the automorphic l-functions over $GL_2( \mathbb{Q} ...
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Would countability conjecture and degree conjecture imply unique factorization for the Selberg class?

I already asked this question on MSE but didn't get any comment or answer, so I ask it here. Assuming countability conjecture as stated in ...
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Invariants of an L-function

For any element $F$ of the Selberg class, one can define invariants of $F$ such as the degree, the conductor, the h- invariants, etc. My question is: these any known set of invariants such that a ...
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Can the isometry group of the set of zeros of an L-function $F$ be used to make $F$ automorphic?

I'm still trying to understand the notion of automorphic (L-)function. Due to my lack of knowledge of the subject, this question may appear pretty vague and therefore may not be suitable for MO. I ...
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Automorphisms of the L-function associated to an elliptic $\mathbb{Q}$-curve

Edited after Noam Elkies' comment: From what I understand (very few actually), there exist elliptic curves defined over some number fields $\mathbb{K}$ Galois over $\mathbb{Q}$ which are isogenous to ...
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Order of non-trivial zeros of an L-function and topological dimension

Let $F$ be a primitive element of the Selberg class of degree $d_{F}>0$, and let's consider the group $G$ of complex isometries of finite order that preserve the critical strip ...
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Automorphisms of an L-function

Throughout this question, the term "L-function" will denote any element of the Selberg class. Following Strong automorphisms of the Selberg class, I define the group of automorphisms of an L-function ...
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On extended Riemann Hypothesis and coefficients of Selberg Class L-functions

There is the conjecture that Selberg Class L-functions satisfy RH. So that an L-function needs to have its coefficient multiplicatives (plus other conditions: functional equation,...) in order to ...
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“good” automorphisms of Galois classes of L functions

This question is a follow-up to Galois classes of L-functions. My goal here is to make things clearer. Definition 1 Let $A$ be a subclass of the Selberg class containing $s\mapsto 1$, closed under ...
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On properties of coefficients of Selberg Class L-function

The coefficient of Selberg Class L-function satisfy: $a_n <M_{\epsilon} n^{\epsilon}$ (for any $\epsilon >0$) and the $a_n$ are multiplicative. So I would like to know if it can be shown that ...
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Strong automorphisms of the Selberg class

Following Automorphisms of the Selberg class, I define strong automorphisms of the Selberg class by adding as an hypothesis that every invariant of $F$ (i.e all the $H$-invariants, conductor and root ...
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A possible application of representation theory to Galois classes of L-functions

I define the notion of a Galois class of L-function as follows: $A$ is a Galois class of L-functions if and only if the following conditions simultaneously hold true: 1) $A$ is a subset of the ...
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Would a proof of both (G)RH and Montgomery's pair correlation conjecture imply SOC?

Would a proof of both (G)RH and Montgomery's pair correlation conjecture imply SOC? It seems, judging by the abstract of a 2002 paper of Ram Murty and a possibly Romanian co-author published on ...
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Would a proof of Ramanujan Conjecture together with other known results about automorphic L-functions imply the Grand Riemann Hypothesis?

The question is in the title: if I'm not mistaken, what misses to prove that all automorphic L-functions belong to the Selberg class is a proof of the Ramanujan Conjecture. But the Selberg class is ...
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Is a certain group related to a primitive L function isomorphic to $Gal(\overline{\mathbb{Q}}_{\ell}/\mathbb{Q}_{\ell})$ for some $\ell$?

I define the notion of "Galois class of L functions" in the following way: $A$ is a Galois class of L functions if and only if the follwing three conditions hold simultaneously: 1) every element ...
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Automorphisms of S and representations

EDIT July 22nd 2013: I add further details in bolded sentences: Assuming Selberg's orthonormality conjecture and following Automorphisms of the Selberg class, I define automorphisms of the Selberg ...
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Selberg's orthonormality conjecture and permutations

Let $(F_n)_{n>0}$ be an enumeration of the primitive elements of the Selberg class. Let $F_i$ and $F_j$ be such primitive L-functions. What is known about the group $G(i,j)$ of permutations ...
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Galois classes of L-functions

Around one month ago, I posted on math.stackexchange a draft I wrote in which I define the notion of Galois class of L-functions: see ...