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Parabolic induction and extensions

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  • UserJulien Hauseux (KCL)
  • ClockTuesday 03 November 2015, 14:15-15:15
  • HouseMR13.

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Let G be a p-adic reductive group. We describe the extensions between admissible smooth mod p representations of G which are parabolically induced from supersingular representations of Levi subgroups. More precisely, we determine which extensions do not come from parabolic induction. In order to do so, we partially compute Emerton’s delta-functor of derived ordinary parts on any parabolically induced representation of G. These computations work with mod p^n coefficients, thus some of the results on extensions can be lifted in characteristic zero for admissible unitary continuous p-adic representations of G.

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