Motives for modular forms.

A.J. Scholl

Inventiones mathematicae (1990)

  • Volume: 100, Issue: 2, page 419-430
  • ISSN: 0020-9910; 1432-1297/e

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Scholl, A.J.. "Motives for modular forms.." Inventiones mathematicae 100.2 (1990): 419-430. <>.

author = {Scholl, A.J.},
journal = {Inventiones mathematicae},
keywords = {-adic parabolic cohomology groups; Kuga-Sato varieties; Grothendieck motive; Hecke polynomial},
number = {2},
pages = {419-430},
title = {Motives for modular forms.},
url = {},
volume = {100},
year = {1990},

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JO - Inventiones mathematicae
PY - 1990
VL - 100
IS - 2
SP - 419
EP - 430
KW - -adic parabolic cohomology groups; Kuga-Sato varieties; Grothendieck motive; Hecke polynomial
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Citations in EuDML Documents

  1. Annette Huber, Guido Kings, Dirichlet motives via modular curves
  2. Ariel Shnidman, [unknown]
  3. Guido Kings, The Bloch-Kato conjecture on special values of L -functions. A survey of known results
  4. Benedict H. Gross, Chad Schoen, The modified diagonal cycle on the triple product of a pointed curve
  5. Douglas L. Ulmer, On the Fourier coefficients of modular forms
  6. Douglas L. Ulmer, Slopes of modular forms and congruences
  7. Alexander F. Brown, Eknath P. Ghate, Endomorphism algebras of motives attached to elliptic modular forms
  8. Yves André, Pour une théorie inconditionnelle des motifs
  9. Gérard Freixas Montplet, An arithmetic Riemann-Roch theorem for pointed stable curves
  10. Jean-Marc Fontaine, Valeurs spéciales des fonctions L des motifs

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