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Primitive minima of positive definite quadratic forms

Aloys Krieg — 1993

Acta Arithmetica

The main purpose of the reduction theory is to construct a fundamental domain of the unimodular group acting discontinuously on the space of positive definite quadratic forms. This fundamental domain is for example used in the theory of automorphic forms for GLₙ (cf. [11]) or in the theory of Siegel modular forms (cf. [1], [4]). There are several ways of reduction, which are usually based on various minima of the quadratic form, e.g. the Korkin-Zolotarev method (cf. [10], [3]), Venkov's method...

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