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Index of congruence modular subgroup of level (1,d)

Let $D = \text{diag}(1,d)\in M_{2}(\mathbb{Z})$ be a $2\times 2$ matrix, where $d$ is an odd integer. We define the subgroup $\Gamma_D\subset M_{4}(\mathbb{Z})$ as: $$\Gamma_D := \left\lbrace R\in ...
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Generators of the symplectic subgroup $\Gamma^g(1,2)$

Let $\mathbb{A}^{m\times n}$ denote the set of all $m \times n$ matrices with entries in the set $\mathbb{A}$. For a matrix $M$ we let ${^tM}$ denote its transpose, and $M^{-1}$ its inverse, if it is ...
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P-stabilization of Siegel modular forms

Here's a well-known lemma about modular curves: Let $\pi_1, \pi_2$ be the two degeneracy maps $Y_1(Np) \to Y_1(N)$, for $p \nmid N$, corresponding to $z \mapsto z$ and $z \mapsto pz$. Then as ...
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Motivic interpretation of genus 2 Siegel forms induced by lifts of Maass and Skoruppa

Background: There are several known lifts from integral weight modular forms to Siegel forms of genus 2, among them the Saito-Kurokawa lift. Another lift construction that is important for ...
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Siegel modular forms as sections of line bundles over the period domain

The transformation formula for a Siegel modular form can be interpreted as the statement that the modular form is a holomorphic section of a line bundle over the period domain (the quotient of the ...
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Analogue of Shimura curves in the symplectic case?

My understanding is this: one can attach 2-d Galois representations to classical modular eigenforms because one can look in the etale cohomology of modular curves. For Hilbert modular forms the naive ...
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Computation of low weight Siegel modular forms

We have these huge tables of elliptic curves, which were generated by computing modular forms of weight 2 and level Gamma_0(N) as N increased. For abelian surfaces over $\mathbf{Q}$ we have very ...