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But conversely L1;"' (1 0 n) 1 ~ with «o~ (n an integer) by the first part. In particular, must be an invertible integer. This proves det(<<) = tl . det(~) A simple calculation shows that Im(-r') hence det(oc) = >0 (ad - bc) 'c~ + by hypothesis dl- z lm(1:) = det(o<) lct: + dl-zlm(t:) H. Summing up, O(E:SL (Zl) as Z asserted. d. 5) Corollary. The holomorphic functions for any 0(= (ca b) G2k ( ex ('1:')) = ( c 1: GZk(~) satisfy + d) 2kG 2k ( 1:) , ( k >' l) d e:SLZ(Zl), and tend to a finite limit when 1: tends to infinity on the imaginary axis.
From this lemma, and the explicit description of the M and d k for 0 k (k < 6, we can check that (1 - r 2 ) (1 - r 3) LdkT k k~O =1 We can also say the essentially equivalent result 1 [k/6 (integral part of k/6) if k51 mod 6 dk = dima:(M k ) = l(k/6] + 1 if k ~ 1 mod 6 Here, since these formulas are true for 0 ~ k < 6, they will be true by induction for any k because d k +6 = d k + 1 · We can state the general result. 10) Theorem 1. Let M = E9 Mk be the ~raded algebra, sum of the spaces M of holomorphic modular forms of weight k (bounded when k z = iy and y ~ ~).
All assertions of the proposition follow from that. 2) Corollary. and such that Ii is a holomorphic map E ~ ~ E' , is injective 0, then it is a group isomorphism, and the ~(O) lattices L , L' are homothetic. Another proof of this corollary would be as follows. Let a', b' and c'= a'+b'€E'. 22) the divisor (O)+(c')-(a')-(b') is principal, hence of the form div(f') for a function f' on E'. Let f = f'of . 36 - = ,-l(d), •••. d) again), which gives c =a + b. This proves that f ,-1 is a homomorphism, hence is an isomorphism (and is biholomorphic).