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- Paul Garrett
- 2012

[2] The notation L(G) is meant to suggest the presence of the inner product on this space of functions. On a general space X with an integral, the iner product is 〈f1, f2〉 = ∫ X f1f 2. [3] The term character has different meanings in different contexts. The simplest sense is a group homomorphism to C×. However, an equally important use is for the trace of a… (More)

- Sean M. McNee, Joseph A. Konstan, +8 authors Harini Veeraraghavan
- 2006

- Paul Garrett
- 2003

Paul Michael Garrett is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Nottingham. His book, Remaking Social Work with Children and Families (Routledge), is to be published later this year. He is also the author of a recent report for the AU-Party Irish in Britain Parliamentary Group. This is called The Hidden Ethnic Minority: Social Work, Social Services… (More)

- Paul Garrett
- 2006

We prove that certain archimedean integrals arising in global zeta integrals involving holomorphic discrete series on unitary groups are predictable powers of π times rational or algebraic numbers. In some cases we can compute the integral exactly in terms of values of gamma functions, and it is plausible that the value in the most general case is given by… (More)

- Brooks Roberts, Ralf Schmidt, +6 authors Rainer Schulze-Pillot
- 2007

- Paul Garrett
- 2005

We consider integrals of cuspforms f on reductive groups G defined over numberfields k against restrictions ι∗E of Eisenstein series E on “larger” reductive groups G̃ over k via imbeddings ι : G → G̃. We give hypotheses sufficient to assure that such global integrals have Euler products. At good primes, the local factors are shown to be rational functions… (More)

- Paul Garrett
- 2012

1. Cautionary example 2. Criterion for essential self-adjointness 3. Examples of essentially self-adjoint operators 4. Appendix: Friedrichs' canonical self-adjoint extensions 5. The following has been well understood for 70-120 years, or longer, naturally not in contemporary terminology. The differential operator T = d 2 dx 2 on L 2 [a, b] or L 2 (R) is a… (More)

- Paul Garrett
- 2009

In a variety of situations, integrals of products of eigenfunctions have faster decay than smoothness entails. This phenomenon does not appear for abelian or compact groups, since irreducibles are finite-dimensional, so the decomposition of a tensor product of irreducibles is finite. In contrast, for non-compact, nonabelian groups irreducibles are typically… (More)

We obtain second integral moments of automorphic L–functions on adele groups GL2 over arbitrary number fields, by a spectral decomposition using the structure and representation theory of adele groups GL1 and GL2. This requires complete reformulation of the notion of Poincaré series, replacing the collection of classical Poincaré series over GL2(Q) or… (More)

We break the convexity bound in the t–aspect for L–functions attached to cuspforms f for GL2(k) over arbitrary number fields k. The argument uses asymptotics with error term with a power saving, for second integral moments over spectral families of twists L(s, f ⊗χ) by grossencharacters χ, from our previous paper [Di-Ga]. §0. Introduction In many instances,… (More)