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Small representations I

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NC2W01 - Making the bridge: Exploring new connections between number theory and physics

Let G be a simple group over a non-archimedean local field. Although all non-trivial, irreducible, smooth, representations are countably dimensional, there are several ways of measuring their “size”.  I will review these definitions, and then concentrate on small representations, in particular, the problem of their existence and construction. The minimal repesentation, that is, the smallest non-trivial representation is of particular interest. It is a generalization of the Weil (or oscillator) representation of the metaplectic group, and gives rise to several interesting theta correspondences problems.  

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