By John B. Fraleigh
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M n, So, in the cases where = 0 the function Z(s; r; X) has zero with multiplicity at the point s = -I, and, when < 0 the pole with multiplicity -n,. The zetafunction Z(s; r; X) has no other zeros or poles except for those enumerated above. It should be noted that the zeros and poles are given independently of one another, and the final picture of them emerges after a comparison of the assertions stated above. So, there are no poles, given in part (3), since all of them cancel with zeros from part (1).
10) holds. This follows from the definition of the function E(z, s), its meromorphy and the classical Cauchy theorem in complex analysis. We note that the inner product in the right-hand side of this formula makes sense although the function E(z, s) does not belong to the space )t. x and, consequently, the operator A has in the subspace 8 1 a purely continuous spectrum. In summary, we can say that in the case of the Fuchsian group with one cusp and its trivial one-dimensional representation the space )I can be decomposed into a direct sum of the subspaces )10, 8 0 , 8 1 , invariant for the operator A.
We now consider a more simple model situation which, in fact, contains all principal difficulties of the general case. We suppose that the fundamental domain F of r has only one cusp and that the representation X is trivial. ), which does not change the theory essentially. Then, for simplicity, we omit in notation the dependence on x. We construct a special operator Kr for which the derivation of the Selberg trace formula is simplified. 5) where kl' k2 are certain functions of the space C8"([O, 00)).