Kumar Murty, University of Toronto
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
This class of L-functions was defined about ten years ago and contains the Selberg class. The class is defined in terms of growth conditions and elements need not have an Euler product or functional equation. Moreover, the Lindelof class has a natural ring structure. In joint work with Anup Dixit, we establish some properties of this ring. Actually, we work with a variant of this ring which seems to have better properties.
Event contact: dinesh dot thakur at rochester dot edu