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¥1,300,000 (Direct Cost : ¥1,300,000)
Fiscal Year 1998 : ¥500,000 (Direct Cost : ¥500,000)
Fiscal Year 1997 : ¥800,000 (Direct Cost : ¥800,000)

Research Abstract 
Let B be a definite quaternion algebra over Q and p a prime unramified in B.Let GAMMA be a subgroup of BX/QX which is a cocompact discrete subgroup of PGL2(Qp). For simplicity, we assume GAMMA is torsionfree. Let * be an automorphic form of weight 2 with respect to GAMMA, which is a GAMMAinvariant global section of the dualizing sheaf of Mumford's padic upper half plane RHO.Also let delta <double plus> 1 be an element of GAMMA, which is meant to define a padic path from a point chi epsilon RHO to delta ・chi epsilon eQ.Then, we can define so called Schneider's padic Lfunction L(s, * , delta). When * is the padic Poincar* series attached to an element gamma <double plus> 1 in GAMMA, we have L(s, *, delta) = SIGMAgepsilon<delta>*GAMMA/(tau) { (g・beta)^<1s>(g・alpha)^<1s>} if delta and gamma are not proportional in GAMMA/[GAMMA, GAMMA], and L(s, *, delta) = SIGMA_1<double plus>epsilon(delta)*GAMMA/(tau){(g・beta)^<1s>(g・alpha)^<1s>} if otherwise. Here we take the coordinate func
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tion z of RHO^1 so that 0 and * are the fixed points of delta, and alpha and beta are the fixed points of gamma. Also ( ) : Q^*_p/q^Z_<delta>* + 1 + p^<1+[1/(p1)]>Zp is a suitable character, where qdelta is the ratio of two eigen values of delta. Then, clearly L(l, *, delta) = 0. By ManinDrinfeld, we have.d/L(s, *, delta)_s = _1= Log( )((gammadelta)), whereLog() is defined by d/(t)^s= Log()(t)(t)^s and () : GAMMA/[GAMMA,GAMMA]*GAMMA/[GAMMA,GAMMA]*Q^*_p is the pairing of ManinDrinfeld giving the padic periods of the Jacobian variety of GAMMA*RHO. Now assume that GAMMA is "of type GAMMAo(NU)" and * is a common eigen function of theHecke operators with rational eigen values. Let E be an elliptic curve over Q : corresponding to *. Then, similarly to MazurTateTeite^^<, >lbaum, it is natural to ask whether there is a recipe for choosing delta (like the path from 0 to ROO<1>・* in the elliptic modular case) so that an analogue of the conjecture ofBirch and Swinnerton Dyer holds for L(s, *, delta) and E.No definitive numerical evidence was found yet, but we are trying to find such an evidence including thecase whenthe Qrank of E is positive. Less
