Remainder term in the Weyl-Selberg asymptotic formula
One derives a refinement of the Wey1-Selberg asymptotic formula for an arbitrary Fuchsian group of the first kind with a noncompact fundamental domain.
KeywordsAsymptotic Formula Fundamental Domain Remainder Term Fuchsian Group Arbitrary Fuchsian Group
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