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Eisenstein classes of Siegel varieties are motivic cohomology classes defined as pull-backs by torsion sections of the polylogarithm prosheaf on the universal abelian scheme. By reduction to the Hilbert–Blumenthal case, we prove that the Betti realization of these classes on Siegel varieties of arbitrary genus have non-trivial residue on zero-dimensional strata of the Baily–Borel–Satake compactification. A direct corollary is the non-vanishing of a higher regulator map.
We establish a connection between motivic cohomology classes over the Siegel threefold and non-critical special values of the degree-four
-function of some cuspidal automorphic representations of
. Our computation relies on our previous work [On higher regulators of Siegel threefolds I: the vanishing on the boundary, Asian J. Math. 19 (2015), 83–120] and on an integral representation of the
-function due to Piatetski-Shapiro.
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