Sarachai Kongsiriwong

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The most familiar proof of Theorem 1.1, especially in the form (1.2), is via Poisson’s summation formula. That proof is briefly sketched in [2, p. 253]. It should be emphasized that only in special cases is f(a, b) a modular form. In these special cases, especially in the case a = b = q, more proofs are known. In particular, there are three important(More)
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