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Siegel modular form

Siegel modular form

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Siegel modular form1
Siegel modular form
In mathematics,
Siegel modular forms
are a major type of automorphic form. These stand in relation to theconventional
elliptic
modular forms as abelian varieties do in relation to elliptic curves; the complex manifoldsconstructed as in the theory are basic models for what a moduli space for abelian varieties (with some extra levelstructure) should be, as quotients of the Siegel upper half-space rather than the upper half-plane by discrete groups.The modular forms of the theory are holomorphic functions on the set of symmetric
n
×
n
matrices with positivedefinite imaginary part; the forms must satisfy an automorphy condition. Siegel modular forms can be thought of asmultivariable modular forms, i.e. as special functions of several complex variables.Siegel modular forms were first investigated by Carl Ludwig Siegel in the 1930s for the purpose of studyingquadratic forms analytically. These primarily arise in various branches of number theory, such as arithmeticgeometry and elliptic cohomology. Siegel modular forms have also been used in some areas of physics, such asconformal field theory.
Definition
Preliminaries
Let and definethe Siegel upper half-space. Define thesymplectic group of level , denoted byaswhere is the identity matrix. Finally, letbe a rational representation, where is a finite-dimensional complex vector space.
Siegel modular form
Givenanddefine the notationThen a holomorphic functionis a
Siegel modular form
of degree , weight , and level if In the case that , we further require that be holomorphic 'at infinity'. This assumption is not necessary fordue to the Koecher principle, explained below. Denote the space of weight , degree , and level
 
Siegel modular form2Siegel modular forms by
Koecher principle
The theorem known as the
 Koecher principle
states that if is a Siegel modular form of weight , level 1, anddegree , then is bounded on subsets of of the formwhere . Corollary to this theorem is the fact that Siegel modular forms of degree have Fourierexpansions and are thus holomorphic at infinity.
[1]
References
Helmut Klingen.
 Introductory Lectures on Siegel Modular Forms
, Cambridge University Press (May 21, 2003),ISBN 0-521-35052-2
Notes
[1]This was proved by Max Koecher,
 Zur Theorie der Modulformen n-ten Grades I 
, Mathematische. Zeitschrift 59 (1954), 455
 – 
466. Acorresponding principle for Hilbert modular forms was apparently known earlier, after Fritz Gotzky,
Uber eine zahlentheoretische Anwendungvon Modulfunktionen zweier Veranderlicher 
, Math. Ann. 100 (1928), pp. 411-37
External links
Gerard van der Geer, lecture notes on Siegel modular forms (PDF) (http:/ 
 
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www.
 
citebase.org/ fulltext?format=application/ 
 
pdf&
 
identifier=oai:arXiv.
 
org:math/ 
 
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