- 1 Aims of the wiki
- 2 Guidelines
- 3 Subjects
- 3.1 Modular Forms (classical, elliptic, over Q)
- 3.2 Hilbert Modular Forms
- 3.3 Siegel Modular Forms
- 3.4 Overconvergent Modular Forms
- 3.5 Non-holomorphic Modular Forms
- 3.6 Modular Forms over Imaginary Quadratic Fields
- 3.7 Drinfeld modular forms
- 3.8 Modular Galois Representations
- 3.9 Modular Curves and Shimura Curves
- 3.10 Related Subjects
- 3.11 Conferences and Workshops
- 3.12 Books and Articles
- 4 Information
- 5 Links
Aims of the wiki
The aim of this wiki is to collect and provide an overview of
- algorithms and algorithmic questions,
- implementations (including documentation and examples),
in the field of modular forms and automorphic forms (broadly understood). This includes lists of
- books and articles and
- conferences and workshops.
The wiki serves for interchanging ideas, algorithms and implementations, as well as making them accessible to the mathematical public.
A good page presenting an implementation should contain
- the code or a link to the code,
- a (link to a) documentation explaining the usage as well as the mathematical background and
- a list of insightful examples.
Program code is acceptable in any programming language or any computer algebra system.
Please feel free to report on anything in the area that you feel might be of interest to others, including databases, articles, algorithms and even running projects.
Access is now restricted. Please create an account and send an e-mail to Gabor Wiese to get author rights.
Please help by contributing!
Modular Forms (classical, elliptic, over Q)
The wiki was started by Gabor Wiese at the end of March 2009. The first entries have grown out of the Workshop: Computations with Modular Forms which was held from 18 August to 22 August 2008 in Bristol, UK.
The unrelated Modular Forms Wiki.