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Representation theory of GL


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Representation theory of GL2(D) where D is a division algebra over a non-Archimedean local field
  • kirillov theory
  • version of mackey theory
  • local field
  • twisted jacquet module
  • parabolic induction
  • maximal torus
  • gl2
  • representation
  • representations
  • group



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