Zeros, Eisenstein series
The zeros of classical Eisenstein series satisfy many intriguing properties. Work of F. Rankin and Swinnerton-Dyer pinpoints their location to a certain arc of the fundamental domain, and recent work by Nozaki explores their interlacing property. In this paper we extend these distribution properties to a particular family of Eisenstein series on Γ(2) because of its elegant connection to a classical Jacobi elliptic function cn(u) which satisfies a differential equation (see formula (1.2)). As part of this study we recursively define a sequence of polynomials from the differential equation mentioned above that allow us to calculate zeros of these Eisenstein series. We end with a result linking the zeros of these Eisenstein series to an L-series.
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Garthwaite, Sharon; Long, Ling; Swisher, Holly; and Treneer, Stephanie, "Zeros of Some Level 2 Eisenstein Series" (2010). Mathematics Faculty Publications. 106.
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Eisenstein series; Jacobi forms
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