# Representation Theory and Analysis on Homogeneous Spaces: A by Simon Gindikin, Roe Goodman, Frederick P. Greenleaf

By Simon Gindikin, Roe Goodman, Frederick P. Greenleaf

Combining presentation of recent effects with in-depth surveys of contemporary paintings, this publication specializes in illustration idea and harmonic research on actual and $p$-adic teams. The papers are in line with lectures offered at a convention devoted to the reminiscence of Larry Corwin and held at Rutgers collage in February 1993. The ebook provides a survey of harmonic research on nilpotent homogeneous areas, effects on multiplicity formulation for brought on representations, new equipment for developing unitary representations of actual reductive teams, and a unified therapy of hint Paley-Wiener theorems for genuine and $p$-adic reductive groups.In the illustration concept of the final linear team over $p$-adic fields, the booklet presents an outline of Corwin's contributions, a survey of the position of Hecke algebras, and a presentation of the speculation of easy forms. different different types of reductive $p$-adic teams also are mentioned. one of the different themes integrated are the illustration idea of discrete rational nilpotent teams, skew-fields linked to quadratic algebras, and finite types for percolation. A well timed booklet that includes contributions via many of the best researchers within the box, this e-book bargains a standpoint infrequently present in convention complaints

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