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Title On the degree 5 L-function for GSp(4)
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Degree PhD
Discipline/Department Mathematics
Degree Level doctoral
University/Publisher The Ohio State University
Abstract In this dissertation I establish a new integral representation for the degree five L-function for the group GSp<sub>4</sub>. Let F be a number field and π an automorphic represenation of GSp<sub>4</sub>(픸<sub>F</sub>). Suppose there is an automorphic form φ ∈ V<sub>π</sub> that has a non-zero Bessel coefficient corresponding to an anisotropic binary quadratic form over F. Such coefficients generate a unique model for the representation. Then the integral computes the partial L-function for π.
Subjects/Keywords Mathematics; automorphic forms; representation theory; number theory
Contributors Cogdell, James (Advisor)
Language en
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Record ID oai:etd.ohiolink.edu:osu1279567891
Repository ohiolink
Date Indexed 2021-01-29
Grantor The Ohio State University

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