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From the reviews:
"The book under review … provides an introduction to the general theory of semisimple or reductive groups G, with symmetric space G/K (K maximal compact). … It is … meant for experienced insiders, even as the presentation of the material is excellent and accessible. A well-prepared graduate student would do well with this book. More experienced analytic number theorists will find it enjoyable and spellbinding. … I heartily recommend to other analytic number theorists of a similar disposition." (Michael Berg, MAA Online, December, 2008)
“This book is part of a program of the authors to develop a systematic theory of theta and zeta functions on homogeneous spaces, using techniques of harmonic analysis and, in particular, heat kernels. … the book includes many details that would likely have been left for the reader to work out by her/himself in a more streamlined monograph. … all in all, an enjoyable book to read.” (Fredrik Strömberg, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1192, 2010)
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