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Ottawa lectures on admissible representations of reductive p-adic groups.


Ottawa lectures on admissible representations of reductive p-adic groups.

Ed. by Clifton Cunningham and Monica Nevins.

American Mathematical Society


199 pages



Fields Institute monographs


Based on May 2004 and January 2007 workshops held at the University of Ottawa, this volume introduces graduate students to smooth representation of p-adic groups, character theory, and local Langlands correspondence. The lectures explain the Bernstein decomposition and the Bernstein centre, Bruhat-Tits theory, the classification of supercuspidal representations, arithmetic motivic integration, local class field theory, and the local Landlands correspondence for algebraic tori.

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