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 ⇤ ← Revision 2 as of 2009-09-08 18:50:51 → Size: 171 Editor: was Comment: ← Revision 7 as of 2009-09-16 22:10:28 → ⇥ Size: 1459 Editor: CraigCitro Comment: Deletions are marked like this. Additions are marked like this. Line 1: Line 1: = Dimensions of Modular Forms Spaces for Gamma(N) = = Sage Days 17 Project =<>== Updating wstein.org/Tables ==We have that there are three (related) tasks to perform: 1. generate data 2. make that data easily accessible and searched 3. make this available through a web front-end.Basically everything else on this wiki is currently part of (1). Here's a list of tasks for (3): * create some appropriate storage on a ZFS drive to test * set up Robert Bradshaw's CherryPy code from Benasque * start adding data from existing tables * add functionality to the database manager to provide canonical URLs for data and an associated wiki * think about authentication issues for uploading new data * create a nice front page Other closely related tasks: * create a database type for plaintext databases== Rational Cuspidal Subgroups ==  * See http://wstein.org/home/wstein/db/days17/cuspidal_torsion/ for some data.== Dimensions of Modular Forms Spaces for Gamma(N) == Line 5: Line 34: = Pre-Sage Days Stuff = == Pre-Sage Days Stuff == Line 7: Line 36: See [[/presagedays]] See [[/presagedays|projects]]. There are numerous ideas for projects there.== Implement the Hijikata Trace Formula ==There are PARI and Magma implementations here along with some scans:http://modular.fas.harvard.edu/Tables/hijikata.htmlDo a Sage implementation. Then do some interesting computations say of the trace of \$T_2\$ on some high weight spaces...

# Sage Days 17 Project

## Updating wstein.org/Tables

We have that there are three (related) tasks to perform:

1. generate data
2. make that data easily accessible and searched
3. make this available through a web front-end.

Basically everything else on this wiki is currently part of (1). Here's a list of tasks for (3):

• create some appropriate storage on a ZFS drive to test
• set up Robert Bradshaw's CherryPy code from Benasque

• start adding data from existing tables
• add functionality to the database manager to provide canonical URLs for data and an associated wiki
• create a nice front page

• create a database type for plaintext databases

## Pre-Sage Days Stuff

• See projects. There are numerous ideas for projects there.

## Implement the Hijikata Trace Formula

There are PARI and Magma implementations here along with some scans:

Do a Sage implementation. Then do some interesting computations say of the trace of T_2 on some high weight spaces...

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