I'm giving an update today on my project to compute Maass forms. Today, I describe the final steps about how to make the computation rigorous. This complements a talk I gave two years ago about how to implement a heuristic evaluation.
The slides for my talk today are available here.
I hope to have a preprint describing this algorithm and its implementation shortly. I also hope to have a beta update to LMFDB with this information by the next meeting of the collaboration.
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