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Jacobi Form and its Fourier expansion

Let k,m be non negative integers. A Jacobi form of weight k and index m is a holomorphic function f on $\mathbb{H} x \mathbb{C}$ (where $\mathbb{H}$ denotes the upper half plane) satisfying the ...
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Is it true that $\theta_{1,1}^{4N} \in J_{2N,2N}(2N)$?

I need examples of Jacobi forms for full congruence subgroups $\Gamma(N) $ of $SL(2,Z)$. As a particular case, take the theta function $\theta_{1,1}(t,z) := \sum_{n\in\mathbb{Z}} exp(\pi it(n + ...
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Equidistribution of $\{\xi_n\}$ where $\xi_n = <n\frac{p}{q}>$ $p,q$ rel. prime

I'm working from Stein's An Introduction to Fourier Analysis, and there's a question (chapter 4 number 6): Let $\theta = \frac{p}{q} \in \mathbb{Q}$ where $\operatorname{gcd}(p,q) = 1$. Assume ...
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Is this wave noisy at prime powers and silent at composite numbers?

Mathematica knows that: $$\log(n) = \lim\limits_{s \rightarrow 1} \zeta(s)\left(1 - \frac{1}{n^{(s - 1)}}\right)$$ And the von Mangoldt function should then be: $$\Lambda(n)=\lim\limits_{s ...
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Multiple Characteristic Function and the Dirac Comb

Given the impulse train(Dirac comb): $$\Delta_T(t)=\sum_{k\in\mathbb{Z}}\delta(t-kT)$$ where $T$ is the signal period, $\delta(t)$ is the Dirac delta function and $\mathbb{Z}$ is the set of integers ...
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Fourier Analysis of Prime Counting Function

I was thinking about the following: Denote $\pi(x)$ as the prime counting function such that: $$ \pi(x) = \#\text{ of prime numbers}\leq x $$ It is well known from the prime number theorem that $$ ...
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Integral of product of two square waves over [0,1]

In Mathematica notation, I am looking for the function f[m,n] for real numbers m and n defined by f[m_,n_]:=Integrate[SquareWave[m x]SquareWave[n x],{x,0,1}]. I'm trying to get a closed form for the ...
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Known facts about a function

In my work I have met the function on the unit circle whose Fourier coefficients are $$ c_n=\frac{1}{|n|}\prod (d_k+1) $$ if $n=\pm\prod p_k^{d_k}$ is the decomposition of the integer $n$ into the ...
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Minimal modulus for the finite field NTT

I need your support. Suppose I am performing an NTT in a finite field $GF(p)$. I assume it contains the needed primitive root of unity. I am using it to compute the convolution of two vectors of ...
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An elegant non-technical account on the work of Joseph Fourier.

It would seem difficult for a naive person to understand the beauty of work done by Fourier. So as far as I know, one can use the Fourier transforms, analysis and series to apply them for heat ...
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Does number theory have any role in the proof of convergence of Fourier series for certain functions?

Does number theory have any role in the proof of convergence of Fourier series for certain functions? I vaguely remember reading in a book on signal processing, way back, that the proof (original ...