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:= au>i o rp + j3u>2 ° ip evaluated at U* <* (XM, YM) (U*) = 2a ((a; + y)x'- (x1 + y') x) + (3 (pq' - p'q) . 5. The KKS-form for M£m = GJ • (k(Y* - Z*) + mR*) given in the parameters x*,y* = y* + z*,p*,q* by the symplectic form u>otp — -(2/(-2mz* +pl + q2)) (mdx* Ady* + p*dx* A dp* - q* dx* A dq* + q*dy* A dp* + p* dy*dq* +2z* dp* A dq*) . is Representations of the Jacobi Group 41 Here £« is a function of the parameters x+,y*,p*,q* fixed by the equation f(x,y*,z*,p*,q*) = 0.
St. Pauli, 48, 1999, 103118. 7. R. Miiller, Hilbertsche Modulformen und Modulfunktionen zu Q(-\/2), Math. , 266, 1983, 83-103. M A R S D E N - W E I N S T E I N R E D U C T I O N , ORBITS A N D R E P R E S E N T A T I O N S OF T H E JACOBI G R O U P ROLF BERNDT Mathematisches Seminar der Universitat Hamburg Bundesstr. de Dedicated to the memory of Tsuneo Arakawa Guillemin and Sternberg started a method to give a geometric meaning to multiplicities of representations via the Marsden-Weinstein reduction of appropriate coadjoint orbits carrying the representations.
N=0 n=0 26 H. Aoki This is the coefficient of xk on the formal power series development of ^ (1 - x2)(l - x3) (1 - x 2 )(l - x3)(l - x4)' We can prove the other three cases in an analogous way. 1 equals to the true dimension of A~£+. 1 equal to the true dimensions of A%+, A%~, A^+ and -A^" ~. Hence, if we assume the existence of these forms, we have given a new method of the determination of the dimension of Hilbert modular forms on Q(\/3)- In fact, Gundlach  constructed these forms G2, G3, G4, G5 and G6.