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Harmonic Analysis on Reductive Groups

Harmonic Analysis on Reductive Groups
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Dewey Class 515.785
Title Harmonic Analysis on Reductive Groups ([EBook] /) / edited by William H. Barker, Paul J. Sally.
Added Personal Name Barker, William H. editor.
Sally, Paul J. editor.
Other name(s) SpringerLink (Online service)
Publication Boston, MA : : Birkhäuser Boston : : Imprint: Birkhäuser, , 1991.
Physical Details XII, 390 p. : online resource.
Series Progress in mathematics 0743-1643 ; ; 101
ISBN 9781461204558
Summary Note A conference on Harmonic Analysis on Reductive Groups was held at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine from July 31 to August 11, 1989. The stated goal of the conference was to explore recent advances in harmonic analysis on both real and p-adic groups. It was the first conference since the AMS Summer Sym­ posium on Harmonic Analysis on Homogeneous Spaces, held at Williamstown, Massachusetts in 1972, to cover local harmonic analysis on reductive groups in such detail and to such an extent. While the Williamstown conference was longer (three weeks) and somewhat broader (nilpotent groups, solvable groups, as well as semisimple and reductive groups), the structure and timeliness of the two meetings was remarkably similar. The program of the Bowdoin Conference consisted of two parts. First, there were six major lecture series, each consisting of several talks addressing those topics in harmonic analysis on real and p-adic groups which were the focus of intensive research during the previous decade. These lectures began at an introductory level and advanced to the current state of research. Sec­ ond, there was a series of single lectures in which the speakers presented an overview of their latest research.:
Contents note Lifting of Characters -- Handling the Inverse Spherical Fourier Transform -- Some Problems in Local Harmonic Analysis -- Asymptotic Expansions on Symmetric Spaces -- The Admissible Dual of GLn via Restriction to Compact Open Subgroups -- Invariant Harmonic Analysis on the Schwartz Space of a Reductive p-Adic Group -- Constructing the Supercuspidal Representations of GLN(F),F p-Adic -- A Remark on the Dunkl Differential Difference Operators -- Invariant Differential Operators and Weyl Group Invariants -- The Schwartz Space of a Semisimple Lie Group -- Intertwining Functors and Irreducibility of Standard Harish-Chandra Sheaves -- Fundamental G-Strata -- Construction and Classification of Irreducible Harish-Chandra Modules -- Langlands’ Conjecture on Plancherel Measures for p-Adic Groups -- Transfer and Descent: Some Recent Results -- On Jacquet Models of Induced Representations of p-Adic Symplectic Groups -- Associated Varieties and Unipotent Representations.
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Internet Site http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4612-0455-8
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