The **Selberg data** for an L-function is the quadruple
$(d, N,(\mu_1,\ldots,\mu_J:\nu_1,\ldots,\nu_K),\varepsilon)$ obtained from the parameters in the analytically normalized functional equation.

Here $d=J+2K$ is the degree of the L-function, $N$ is the conductor of the L-function, the set of $\mu_j$ and $\nu_k$ arising from the $\Gamma_{\mathbb R}$ and $\Gamma_{\mathbb C}$ factors, respectively, are the spectral parameters, and $\varepsilon$ is the sign of the L-function.

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- Last edited by Andrew Sutherland on 2019-05-13 06:30:06

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- 2019-05-13 06:30:06 by Andrew Sutherland (Reviewed)
- 2019-04-30 08:21:03 by Stephan Ehlen (Reviewed)
- 2019-04-30 08:18:54 by Stephan Ehlen (Reviewed)
- 2019-01-11 18:54:28 by Andrew Sutherland

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