Shintani zeta function
In mathematics, a Shintani zeta function or Shintani L-function is a generalization of the Riemann zeta function. They were first studied by Takuro Shintani (1976). They include Hurwitz zeta functions, Barnes zeta functions, and Witten zeta functions as special cases.
The Shintani zeta function of (s1, ..., sk) is given by
where each Lj is an inhomogeneous linear function of (n1, ... ,nm). The special case when k = 1 is the Barnes zeta function.
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- Shintani, Takuro (1976), "On evaluation of zeta functions of totally real algebraic number fields at non-positive integers", Journal of the Faculty of Science. University of Tokyo. Section IA. Mathematics, 23 (2): 393–417, ISSN 0040-8980, MR 0427231, Zbl 0349.12007
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