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ALGEBRAIC
NUMBER
THEORY
Papers contributed for the
Kyoto
International
Symposium,
1976
Edited
by
Shokichi
IYANAGA
Gakushuin
University
Published by
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science1977
 
Preface
Proceedings of theTaniguchi International SymposiumDivision of Mathematics,
No.
2
Copyright
@
I977
by
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
5-3-1
Kojimachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, JapanThis Volume contains account of the invited lectures at the InternationalSymposium on Algebraic Number Theory
in
Commemoration of the Centennaryof the Birth of Professor Teiji TAKAGI eld at the Research Institute of Mathe-matical Sciences (RIMS), the University of Kyoto, from March 22 through March29, 1976. This Symposium was sponsored by the Taniguchi Foundation and theJapan Society for Promotion of Sciences and was cosponsored by the RIMS, theMathematical Society of Japan and the Department of Mathematics of the Facultyof Science of the University of Tokyo. It was attended by some 200 participants,among whom 20 from foreign countries.The Organizing Committee of this Symposium consisted of 6 members:
Y.
AKIZUKI,
Y.
IHARA, . IWASAWA,
.
IYANAGA,
.
KAWADA,. KUBOTA, howere helped in practical matters by 2 younger mathematicians T. IBUKIYAMAnd
Y.
MORITA t the Department of Mathematics of the University of Tokyo.Theoldest member of the Committee. Akizuki. is a close friend of Mr. T. TANIGUCHI,president of the Taniguchi Foundation, owing to whose courtesy a series of Inter-national Symposia on Mathematics is being held, of which the first was that onFinite Groups in 1974, this symposium being the second. The next oldest member,Iyanaga, was nominated to chair the Committee.Another International Symposium on Algebraic Number Theory was held inJapan (Tokyo-Nikko) in September. 1955. Professor T. TAKAGI 1875-1960),founder of class-field theory, attended it as Honorary Chairman. During the yearsthat passed since then, this theory made a remarkable progress. to which
a
hostof eminent younger mathematicians, in Japan as well as in the whole world, con-tributed in most diversified ways. The actual date of the centennary of the birthof Professor Takagi fell on April 25.1975. The plan of organizing this Sym-posium was then formed to commemorate him and his fundamental work and toencourage at the same time the younger researchers
in
this country.We are most thankful to the institutions named above which sponsored orcosponsored this Symposium as well as to the foreign institutions such as theRoyal Society of the United Kingdom. the National Science Foundation of theUnited States, the French Foreign Ministry and the Asia Foundation whichprovided support for the travel expenses of some of the participants. We appre-ciate also greatly the practical aids given by Mrs. A. HATORI t the Departmentof Mathematics of the University of Tokyo, Miss
T.
YASUDAnd Miss
Y.
SHICHIDAat the RIMS.In spite of all these supports, we could dispose of course of limited resources,so that we were not in a position to invite all the eminent mathematicians in thisfield as we had desired. Also some of the mathematicians we invited could not
 
come for various reasons. (Professor
A.
WEIL could not come because of his
ill
health at that time, but he sent his paper, which was read by Professor G. SHIMURA.)The Symposium proceeded in 10 sessions, each of which was presided bysenior chairman, one of whom was Professor OLGA AUSSKY-TODDho came fromthe California Institute of Technology.In addition to delivering the lectures which are published here together withsome later development, we asked the participants to present their results
in
written form to enrich the conversations among them at the occasion of theSymposium. Thus we received
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written communications, whose copies weredistributed to the'participants, some of whom used the seminar room which wehad prepared for discussions.We note that we received all the papers published here by the summer 1976,with the two exceptions: the paper by Professor TATE and the joint paper byProfessors KUGAand S. IHARA rrived here a little later. We failed to receivea paper from Professor B. J. BIRCH who delivered an interesting lecture on"Rational points on elliptic curves" at the Symposium.We hope that the Symposium made a significant contribution for the advance-ment of our science and should like to express once again our gratitude to all theparticipants for their collaboration and particularly to the authors of the papersin this Volume.Tokyo, June 1977
CONTENTS
Preface
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vTrigonometric sums and elliptic functions
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J.
W.
S.
CASSELS 1Kummer7s criterion for Hurwitz numbers
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J.
COATES nd A. WILES9Symplectic local constants and Hermitian Galois module structure
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.FROHLICH 25Criteria for the validity of a certain Poisson formula
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J.
IGUSA43On the Frobenius correspondences of algebraic curves
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Y.
IHARA67Some remarks on Hecke characters
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K.
IWASAWA99Congruences between cusp forms and linear representations of the Galois group
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.KOIKE109On a generalized Weil type representation
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T. KUBOTA 17Family of families of abelian varieties
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M. KUGA nd S. IHARA129Examples of p-adic arithmetic functions
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Y.
MORITA143The representation of Galois group attached to certain finite group schemes,and its application to Shimura's theory
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M. OHTA 149
A
note on spherical quadratic maps over
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T.
ONO 157Q-forms of symmetric domains and Jordan triple systems
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I. SATAKE 63Unitary groups and theta functions
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G.
SHIMURA 95On values at
s
=
1 of certain
L
functions of totally real algebraic number fields
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T.SHINT.L\NI01On a kind of p-adic zeta functions
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K,
SHIRATANI13Representation theory and the notion of the discriminant
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TAMAGAWA19Selberg trace formula for Picard groups
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TANIGAWA29On the torsion in
K2
of fields
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TATE
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