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Representations of real reductive lie groups

AMS-IMS-SIAM Joint Summer Research Conference (2006 Snowbird, Utalh)

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Published
**2008**
by American Mathematical Society in Providence, R.I
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Written in English

- Representations of Lie groups -- Congresses

**Edition Notes**

Includes bibliographical references.

Statement | James Arthur, Wilfried Schmid, Peter E. Trapa, editors. |

Genre | Congresses. |

Series | Contemporary mathematics -- v. 472 |

Contributions | Arthur, James, 1944-, Schmid, Wilfried, 1943-, Trapa, Peter E., 1974- |

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LC Classifications | QA387 .A446 2006 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | p. cm. |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL16900848M |

ISBN 10 | 9780821843666 |

LC Control Number | 2008024593 |

Varadarajan, Unitary Representations of Super Lie Groups (free) Wallach, Representations of Reductive Lie Groups (free) Books on Lie Groups, Representations. Atiyah et al, Representation Theory of Lie Groups (unfree) Brocker, tom Dieck, Representations of Compact Lie Groups (unfree) Gelfand (ed.), Lie Groups and their Representations (unfree). Suppose G is a real reductive Lie group in Harish-Chandra’s class (see [6, §3]). We propose here a structure for the set Πu(G) of equivalence classes of irreducibleunitary representations of G. (The subscriptu will be used through-out to indicate structures related to unitary representations.

These notes are an introduction to Lie algebras, algebraic groups, and Lie groups in characteristic zero, emphasizing the relationships between these objects visible in their cat-egories of representations. Eventually these notes will consist of three chapters, each about pages long, and a short appendix. BibTeX information: @misc{milneLAG. Unitary Representations and Compactifications of Symmetric Spaces, a self-contained work by A. Borel, L. Ji, and T. Kobayashi, focuses on two fundamental questions in the theory of semisimple Lie groups: the geometry of Riemannian symmetric spaces and their compactifications; and branching laws for unitary representations, i.e., restricting.

Publisher Summary. This chapter discusses irreducibility of discrete series representations for semi-simple symmetric spaces. It explains the term translation principle that refers to the idea of studying infinite dimensional representations of reductive Lie algebras by investigating their tensor products with the rich, complicated, and well-understood family of finite-dimensional. Relative Lie algebra cohomology and unitary representations of complex Lie groups. Thomas J. Enright Continuous cohomology and unitary representations of real reductive groups, Ann. of Math. (2) (), no. 3, Wave front sets of reductive Lie group representations Harris, Benjamin, He, Hongyu, and Ólafsson.

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Cambridge, Mass.: Birkhäuser Boston, Unitary Representations of Reductive Lie Groups. This book is an expanded version of the Hermann Weyl Lectures given at the Institute for Advanced Study in January It outlines some of what is now known about irreducible unitary representations of real reductive groups, providing fairly complete definitions and references, and sketches (at least) of most proofs.

The representation theory of real reductive groups is still incomplete, in spite of much progress made thus far. The papers in this volume were presented at the AMS-IMS-SIAM Joint Summer Research Conference “Representation Theory of Real Reductive Lie Groups” held in Snowbird, Utah in Junewith the aim of elucidating the problems that remain, as well as explaining what tools have.

Localization and Representation Theory of Reductive Lie Groups Dragan Mili ci c. Contents Chapter 1. Sheaves of di erential operators 1 1.

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Warning: these notes get vaguer/sloppier as they go on. 1 Reductive Lie algebras over R. Let g be a real Lie algebra with the property that g C:= g R C is reductive in the usual sense of complex Lie algebras. Lecture 1 Representations of reductive Lie groups notes is an object that is both a group and a di erentiable manifold.

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This relation is becoming clear in the case of a real reductive Lie group Go. Let G be. Combinatorics for the representation theory of real reductive groups Fokko du Cloux Aug These are notes for the third meeting of the Atlas of reductive Lie groups project at AIM, in Palo Alto.

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Introduction Suppose G is a real reductive Lie group in Harish-Chandra’s class (see [HC], section 3). There are two powerful general techniques for con-structing irreducible unitary representations of G.

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The topic of Chapter 1 is the special case of SL(2,R). For general groups there are more serious di culties, described by von Neumann’s theory of \types." But one of Harish-Chandra’s fundamental theorems ([9], Theorem 7) is that real reductive Lie groups are \type I," and therefore that any unitary representation of a reductive group may.Lie Groups Beyond an Introduction takes the reader from the end of introductory Lie group theory to the threshold of infinite-dimensional group representations.

Merging algebra and analysis throughout, the author uses Lie-theoretic methods to develop a beautiful Cited by: Based on the "Hermann Weyl Lectures" given at the Institute for Advanced Study in January This title outlines some of what is known about irreducible unitary representations of real reductive .