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Note by the way, that the trivial bound would recover the convexity estimate. Now that we have an explicit description of L(s, π ⊗ χ) as a finite sum, let us try to exhibit cancellation in such sums. Let us first look at a simple example(7) . Suppose you want to prove that | sin x + cos x| ≤ 2. There are certainly many ways of proving this. Here is one: Square the left hand side and add a “spectrally useful" nonnegative quantity: | sin x + cos x|2 + | sin x − cos x|2 = 2. Now drop the second term, and the proof is complete.
Valentin Blomer & Gergely Harcos: L-functions, automorphic forms, and arithmetic 15 Then G acts on L 2 (Γ\G) by the right regular representation, ρ(g )(φ)(x) := φ(xg ) for φ ∈ L 2 (Γ\G), and we have a G-equivariant decomposition L 2 (Γ\G) = C · 1 ⊕ (5) π Vπ ⊕ a R Ha (t ) d t into the constant functions, cuspidal irreducible representations (π,Vπ ) and Eisenstein series for the cusps a (that enter the picture because Γ\G is not compact). Each Vπ decomposes further according to the characters of K : Vπ = q∈2Z Vπ,q (in the Hilbert space sense), and it is known that dimVπ,q ≤ 1.