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DESCRIPTION:Date: \n\n2:30pm to 3:30pm\n\n\n\n\nSee also: Events & Semina
rs\, ColloquiumLocation: \n\nManchester Building (Hall 2)\, Hebrew Univers
ity Jerusalem\n\n\nRepresentation theory of non-compact real groups\, such
as SL(2\,R)\, is a fundamental discipline with uses in harmonic analysis\
, number theory\, physics\, and more. This theory is analytical in nature\
, but in the course of the 20th century it was algebraized and geometrized
(the key contributions are by Harish-Chandra for the former and by Beilin
son-Bernstein for the latter). Roughly and generally speaking\, algebraiza
tion strips layers from the objects of study until we are left with a bare
skeleton\, amenable to symbolic manipulation. Geometrization\, again very
roughly\, reveals how algebraic objects have secret lives over spaces - t
hus more amenable to human intuition. In this talk\, I will try to motivat
e and present one example - the calculation of the Casselman-Jacquet modul
e of a principal series representation (I will explain the terms in the ta
lk).\n\n Export\n \n\n \nsubscribe iCal
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SUMMARY:Colloquium: Alexander Yom Din (Caltech) - From analysis to algebra
to geometry - an example in representation theory of real groups
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