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Archimedean Zeta Functions and Oscillatory Integrals

@inproceedings{LeonCardenal2021ArchimedeanZF,
  title={Archimedean Zeta Functions and Oscillatory Integrals},
  author={Edwin Le'on-Cardenal},
  year={2021}
}
This note is a short survey of two topics: Archimedean zeta functions and Archimedean oscillatory integrals. We have tried to portray some of the history of the subject and some of its connections with similar devices in mathematics. We present some of the main results of the theory and at the end we discuss some generalizations of the classical objects. 

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