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GEOMETRIC STRUCTURE IN THE TEMPERED DUAL OF SL(F): TORAL CASE

  • KUOK FAI CHAO (a1)

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We investigate the tempered representations derived from the principal series of SL(F) and their geometric structure. In particular, we give the parameterization for special representations and prove the tempered part of the Aubert–Baum–Plymen conjecture for the toral cases of SL(F).

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