By Serguei Stepanov, C.Y. Yildirim

ISBN-10: 0824719697

ISBN-13: 9780824719692

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Otherwise the character is called primitive. For primitive characters, the Dirichlet L-functions satisfy the functional equation ~(s, X) = (-itWx~(1- s, X) where ~(s, k /2 S +a X) = (;)S [(-2-)L(s, X), a = [1 - X(-1)]/2 and Wx is given by the Gaussian sum 1 k-1 . ; q=l The L-function has a representation as an Euler product formula L(8) = II (1- x(~) )-1. p P The real function Z (t, X) can be defined on the critical line Z(t, X) L 00 = e- i9x (t)/2 L(1/2 - it, X) 1 y'iiC08(tlnn - 8 x (t)/2 = + argx(n)) n=l,x(n):;fO where 1 + 2a it 8 x (t) = argWx + tln(k/7r} - 2arg(f(-4- - 2)} - a1r/2.

Assume that s = s(T) is a function which satisfies: (a) there exists a w such that limT--+ooT-ws = 00 and (b) limT--+ooT- I / 2s = O. , take s = const x T'Y,O < 'Y < 1/2. 11. For the CCG model Bleher and Lebowitz (1995) have shown: 31 Quantum Chaos and Mesoscopic Systems Theorem 17 (Bleher and Lebowitz) If s is as above and if I-" is diophantine, then . 4 comes from the four-fold degeneracy of the eigenvalues; if I-" = 1, then 1 [T IN(x, s) - sl2 dx = 4/1f limT --+ ooT io slogd where d = s/'XI'1/2; and if I-" is rational, then there exists a c(l-") that 1 [T IN(x, s) - sl2 dx = c(p,).

32. RMT Classes Revisited The simple classification of integrable and chaotic systems into Poisson and GOE and aVE classes has begun to unravel recently as noted in the above discussion. It is fairly well understood as to the cause of the discrepancies, as they are known to date, which arise in the study of arithmetic and nonarithmetic surfaces. Specific results in this area will be reviewed in this section. It has been noted that for arithmetic surfaces, there is an exponential proliferation of geodesics having exactly degenerate lengths, viz.

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