Maass waveforms arising from sigma and related indefinite theta functions

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Zwegers, Sander;
(2010)
  • Subject: 11F27 | 11F03 | Mathematics - Number Theory
    acm: Hardware_GENERAL

In this paper we consider an example of a Maass waveform which was constructed by Cohen from a function $\sigma$, studied by Andrews, Dyson and Hickerson, and it's companion $\sigma^*$. We put this example in a more general framework.
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