Automorphic Forms, Representations and L-Functions, Part 2 by Oregon State University, 1977 Symposium in Pure Mathematics

By Oregon State University, 1977 Symposium in Pure Mathematics

Includes sections on Automorphic representations and L-functions in addition to Arithmetical algebraic geometry and L-functions

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The coordinates that are left over from τ are all equal, so the remaining yj , xi are uniquely determined. 5. Unipotent representations with Dirac cohomology In this section we give an exposition of unipotent representations, and compute Dirac cohomology for many examples. 1. Langlands Homomorphisms. In order to explain the parameters of unipotent representations we recast the classification of (g, K)-modules in terms of Langlands homomorphisms. First some notation: For the field of reals the Weil group is WR := C× · {1, j}, j 2 = −1 ∈ C× , jzj −1 = z, ˇ C ´ DAN BARBASCH AND PAVLE PANDZI 16 where Γ := Gal(C/R) is the Galois group.

2. Homological complexes associated to the stack. Let us start by fixing some notation. Let A be an associative unital algebra over a unital ring k. Set Cp (A, A) = Cp (A) = A⊗(p+1) . We denote by b : Cp (A) → Cp−1 (A) and B : Cp (A) → Cp+1 (A) the standard differentials from the Hochschild and cyclic homology theory (cf. [21]). The Hochschild chain complex is by definition (C• (A) , b). Let u be a formal variable of degree −2. Define CC− • (A) = (C• (A) [[u]] , b + uB) ; per CC• (A) = C• (A) u, u−1 , b + uB ; CC• (A) = C• (A) u, u−1 / (uC• (A) [[u]]) , b + uB .

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