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• f is holomorphic at the cusps. Roughly, this means that f should not behave too wildly if z approaches a cusp. More precisely, for any matrix ( a c b d ) ∈ SL2(Z), the function (cz + d)−kf(az+b cz+d ) should be bounded in the region {z ∈ C : =z ≥M} for some M > 0. The set of modular forms of weight k and level N is denoted by Mk(Γ1(N)). From this notation… (More)

@inproceedings{Bosman2005GaloisRA,
title={Galois representations associated to modular forms},
author={Johan Bosman},
year={2005}
}