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Let $k$ be an odd integer, and let $N$ a positive integer divisible by $4$. Let $\chi$ be a character modulo $N$. Let $t$ be a square-free integer. The Shimura correspondence is the linear map $Sh_t:S_{k/2}(N, \chi)\to S_{k-1}(N/2, \chi^2)$ defined by the equation $L(s, Sh_t(g)) = L(\chi_t, s+1-\lambda) \cdot \sum_{n\geq1} a_{tn^2} n^{-s},$ where

• $\lambda=(k-1)/2$.
• $\chi_t$ is the character given by $\chi_t(m) = \chi(m) \left(\frac{-1}{m}\right) \left(\frac{t}{m}\right)$.
• $g(z) = \sum_{n\geq1} a_n q^n$ is the $q$-expansion of $g$.

This map is Hecke linear. If $k\geq5$, it takes cusp forms to cusp forms.

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• Last edited by Nicolás Sirolli on 2014-09-10 13:55:08
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