Discontinuous Groups and Automorphic Functions (Mathematical by Joseph Lehner PDF

By Joseph Lehner

A lot has been written at the idea of discontinuous teams and automorphic capabilities on the grounds that 1880, while the topic got its first formula. the aim of this publication is to assemble in a single position either the classical and sleek elements of the idea, and to offer them truly and in a contemporary language and notation. The emphasis during this ebook is at the basic elements of the topic. The ebook is directed to 3 periods of readers: graduate scholars forthcoming the topic for the 1st time, mature mathematicians who desire to achieve a few wisdom and figuring out of automorphic functionality concept, and specialists.

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