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### Primer on Eisenstein series

My apologies if this question is a duplicate. I seached, and the closest I could locate is this question, which has very intriguing and intractable (for me) responses.
In my continuing journey of ...

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### Eisenstein series of weight $2$ for $\Gamma_0(N)$ : where am I wrong?

Let $A_{N,2}$ be the set of triples $(\psi,\varphi,t)$ such that $\psi$ and $\varphi$ are primitive Dirichlet characters modulo $u$ and $v$ with $(\psi\varphi)(-1)=1$, and $t$ is an integer such ...

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### Atkin-Lehner theory for nonholomorphic Eisenstein series

I am currently reading something about nonholomorphic Eisenstein series $E_\mathfrak{a}(z,1/2+it)$ for $\Gamma_0(q)$, where $\mathfrak{a}$ is a cusp (cf. Iwaniec, H. Spectral Methods of Automorphic ...

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### Intertwining Operators Associated to Simple Reflections

Let $G$ be a quasi-split reductive group, over a local field, with a Borel subgroup $B=T\cdot N$ and the associated Weyl group $W$. Given a family of induced representations $\pi_s = Ind_B^G \chi\cdot ...

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### About Theorem $3.1.3$ in Kubota's book: Elementary theory of eisenstein series

My question is about the proof of Theorem $3.1.3$ given in kubota's book, which shows how the function $\varphi(s)$ appearing in the Fourier expansion of eisenstein series can be continued ...

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### Counting cosets of matrices of determinant > 1 under the action of a congruence subgroup

I tried asking this on math exchange, but no luck, so thought I'd try here.
Let $M_2(m,\mathbb{Z}) $ be the $2\times 2$ matrices with integer entries and determinant $m$. Let $\Gamma^0(N)$ be the ...

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### Moduli interpretation of Eisenstein series

Let $N \geq 11$ be an integer and consider the basis of Eisenstein series for $M_2(\Gamma_0(N))$ described in Theorem $4.6.2$ of Diamond--Shurman's book. Pick and Eisenstein series $F$ in this basis. ...

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### Ternary quadratic form theta series as Hecke eigenforms and class number one

At
Simple comparison of positive ternary quadratic form representation counts
Jeremy answered:
"The reason is that the theta series for the sums of three squares form is an eigenfunction for all the ...

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### Simple comparison of positive ternary quadratic form representation counts

Something came up yesterday in a referee request and I was surprised to find that I did not know the facts in full generality. This is about positive quadratic forms in three variables with integer ...

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### Eisenstein series over a definite division algebra

Let $D$ be the definite quaternion division algebra over $\mathbb{Q}$. $\mathcal{O}$ is a maximal order inside $D$, let's fix $\mathcal{O}$ to be the Hurwitz quaternion. Let ...

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### about lemma 5.9 of Mazur's famous Eisenstein ideal paper

In Lemma 5.9 of Chapter II of his famous Eisenstein ideal paper, Mazur proved that
when $1/N$ is invertible in the ring $R$, if $\phi$ is a holomorphic modular form in $\omega^k$ over $\Gamma_0(N)$ ...

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### Real cusp forms

Most literature on modular functions (invariant or covariant with weight k under the full modular PSL_2(Z) group) treats holomorphic functions and introduce the notion of cusp forms (modular functions ...

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### Twists in “Eisenstein property” in Geometric Langlands

I am trying to read and understand (parts of) Gaitsgory's “Outline of the proof of the Geometric Langlands conjecture for GL(2)” [arXiv link]. In Section 6.4.8 he states "Property Ei", which basically ...

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### On nonholomorphic Eisenstein series

Could you suggest me a reference where the following non-holomorphic generalization of the Eisenstein series is discussed?
$$ G_{k,l}(\tau,z) = \sum_{m,n} (z+m+n\tau)^{-k}(\bar z+m+n\bar \tau)^{-l}
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### Numerical methods for Eisenstein series

Are there any existing numerical libraries for Eisenstein series? In particular I am interested in calculating values of parabolic Eisenstein series on $ SL(n,\mathbb Z) \setminus GL(n,\mathbb R) / ...

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### Fourier expansion of Eisenstein series at various cusps

Here is my setting: Let $E\in\mathcal{M}_k(\Gamma_0(N))$ be an Eisenstein series (of trivial Nebentypus) that is a normalized eigenform for all the Hecke operators at level $\Gamma_0(N)$. Assume that ...

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### Eisenstein series and 163?

Given $q = e^{2\pi i \tau}$ and the Eisenstein series $E_{2k}(\tau)$, i.e.,
$$E_2(\tau) = 1-24\sum_{n=1}^\infty \frac{n q^n}{1-q^n}$$
$$E_4(\tau) = 1+240\sum_{n=1}^\infty \frac{n^3 q^n}{1-q^n}$$
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### What is different about the Residual Spectrum

In the context of spectral decomposition of functions in $L^2(\Gamma \backslash \mathfrak{h})$, or Selberg trace formula, we come across three different types of spectrum.
First off there is the ...

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### Where do the real analytic Eisenstein series live?

In obtaining the spectral decomposition of $L^2(\Gamma \backslash G)$ where $G=SL_2(\mathbb{R})$, and $\Gamma$ is an arithmetic subgroup (I am satisfied with $\Gamma = SL (2,\mathbb{Z})$) we have a ...

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### Relation between Theta series and Eisensteinseries

In "Mackey - Unitary Group Representation in Physics, Probability and Number Theory" on page 326, George Mackey mentions a result of Ludwig Siegel, which was later generalized to semi-simple Lie ...

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### How do modular forms of half-integral weight relate to the (quasi-modular) Eisenstein series?

The Eisenstein series
$$
G_{2k} = \sum_{(m,n) \neq (0,0)} \frac{1}{(m + n\tau)^{2k}}
$$
are modular forms (if $k>1$) of weight $2k$ and quasi-modular if $k=1$. It is clear that given modular forms ...

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### Eisenstein series and the Kronecker limit theorem

It is well known that the first Kronecker limit theorem gives the Laurent expansion of the Eisenstein series $E(z,s)$ over $SL(2,Z)$ at $s=1$; see, for example, Serge Lang's book Elliptic Curves, ...

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### Unitary representations of SL(2, R)

I've heard that irreducible unitary representations of noncompact forms of simple Lie groups, the first example of such a group G being ...

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### Functions on hyperbolic space and modular curves

The decomposition of $L^{2}\left(S^{2}\right)$ under $SO\left(3,\mathbb{R}\right)$ is well-known.
Focus now on the hyperbolic plane $H$ presented as the quotient ...