This book provides a summary of recent developments and the early stages of the theory of automorphic L-functions in a way that makes the subject accessible to both experts and non-experts. There are three different methods that have proved successful in studying these L-functions, two of which deal directly with their analytic properties. This book discusses the development and history of these two methods.
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