[seqfan] Announcing the LMFDB

Olivier Gerard olivier.gerard at gmail.com
Tue Jul 10 07:43:44 CEST 2012

Dear members,

This recent announcement is of interest to all
people studying number theory.

The tools developed by this team could help
extend existing sequences and create new ones
in this domain in the OEIS.



---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: LMFDB <lmfdb at lmfdb.org>
Date: Tue, Jul 10, 2012 at 4:51 AM
Subject: Announcing the LMFDB
To: NMBRTHRY at listserv.nodak.edu

We are pleased to announce the release of the LMFDB:
the L-functions and Modular Forms Database.


The LMFDB seeks to be a modern handbook for objects of research
in number theory and related areas. It provides formulas, tables,
graphs, and data, with an emphasis on exhibiting concrete examples
and illustrating the connections between related objects.  Browse
and search pages provide easy access for both experts and
non-experts.  Every object has its own 'homepage,' which has
a permanent and mathematically meaningful URL.

In this initial release, the LMFDB has well-developed material for:

         Dirichlet characters and Dirichlet L-functions
         Elliptic curves/Q and their L-functions
         Holomorphic cusp forms on GL(2)/Q and their L-functions
         Number fields, both local and global, their Galois groups, and
            Dedekind zeta functions

In addition, there is material available under various stages of
development for:

         Maass forms on GL(2)/Q and their L-functions
         Hilbert modular forms and their L-functions
         Siegel modular forms and their L-functions
         L-functions of Maass forms on GL(3), GL(4), and Sp(4)
         Artin representations and Artin L-functions
         Symmetric power L-functions

The LMFDB seeks to be an ongoing and growing resource for the
research mathematics community.  We welcome feedback via the
feedback form available on the website:


The project is open source, with the code available at



     The LMFDB collaboration

Managing Editors:
Jonathan Bober, Andrew Booker, Brian Conrey, John Cremona, David Farmer,
Ralph Furmaniak, John Jones, Kiran S. Kedlaya, Michael Rubinstein,
Harald Schilly, Ralf Schmidt, William Stein, Holly Swisher

Jonathan Bober, Paul-Olivier Dehaye, John Cremona, John Jones,
Stefan Lemurell, Pascal Molin, Nathan Ryan, Nils-Peter Skoruppa,
Fredrik Strömberg, John Voight

LMFDB Contributors:
Matthew Alderson, Salman Baig, Jennifer Balakrishnan, Jennifer Beineke,
Jonathan W. Bober, Andrew Booker, Robert Bradshaw, Alina Bucur,
Henri Cohen, Brian Conrey, John Cremona, Paul-Olivier Dehaye,
Lassina Dembele, Tim Dokchitser, Stephan Ehlen, David W. Farmer,
Marcus Fraczek, Ralph Furmaniak, Jonathan Hanke, William Hart,
Ghaith Hiary, Duc Khiem Huynh, John Jones, Jon Keating,
Kiran S. Kedlaya, Kamal Khuri-Makdisi, Sally Koutsoliotas,
Stefan Lemurell, Robert Miller, Pascal Molin, David Platt, Cris Poor,
Rishikesh, David Roberts, David Roe, Michael Rubinstein, Nathan Ryan,
Ralf Schmidt, Harald Schilly, Gagan Sekhon, Nils-Peter Skoruppa,
William Stein, Fredrik Stroemberg, Holly Swisher, Gonzalo Tornaria
Holger Then, John Voight, Lynne Walling, Mark Watkins, Jamie Weigandt,
Trevor Wooley, David Yuen

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