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We prove that for each characteristic direction
of a tangent to the identity diffeomorphism of order
there exist either an analytic curve of fixed points tangent to
parabolic manifolds where all the orbits are tangent to
, and that at least one of these parabolic manifolds is or contains a parabolic curve.
We prove that algebraic solutions of Garnier systems in the irregular case are of two types. The classical ones come from isomonodromic deformations of linear equations with diagonal or dihedral differential Galois group; we give a complete list in the rank-2 case (two indeterminates). The pull-back ones come from deformations of coverings over a fixed degenerate hypergeometric equation; we provide a complete list when the differential Galois group is
. As a byproduct, we obtain a complete list of algebraic solutions for the rank-2 irregular Garnier systems.
We construct analogues of Rankin–Selberg integrals for Speh representations of the general linear group over a
-adic field. The integrals are in terms of the (extended) Shalika model and are expected to be the local counterparts of (suitably regularized) global integrals involving square-integrable automorphic forms and Eisenstein series on the general linear group over a global field. We relate the local integrals to the classical ones studied by Jacquet, Piatetski-Shapiro and Shalika. We also introduce a unitary structure for Speh representation on the Shalika model, as well as various other models including Zelevinsky’s degenerate Whittaker model.
We prove that any skew-symmetrizable cluster algebra is unistructural, which is a conjecture by Assem, Schiffler and Shramchenko. As a corollary, we obtain that a cluster automorphism of a cluster algebra
is just an automorphism of the ambient field
which restricts to a permutation of the cluster variables of
be an anisotropic semisimple group over a totally real number field
. Suppose that
is compact at all but one infinite place
. In addition, suppose that
-almost simple, not split, and has a Cartan involution defined over
is a congruence arithmetic manifold of non-positive curvature associated with
, we prove that there exists a sequence of Laplace eigenfunctions on
whose sup norms grow like a power of the eigenvalue.
Motohashi established an explicit identity between the fourth moment of the Riemann zeta function weighted by some test function and a spectral cubic moment of automorphic
-functions. By an entirely different method, we prove a generalization of this formula to a fourth moment of Dirichlet
weighted by a non-archimedean test function. This establishes a new reciprocity formula. As an application, we obtain sharp upper bounds for the fourth moment twisted by the square of a Dirichlet polynomial of length
. An auxiliary result of independent interest is a sharp upper bound for a certain sixth moment for automorphic
-functions, which we also use to improve the best known subconvexity bounds for automorphic
-functions in the level aspect.
We introduce and investigate new invariants of pairs of modules
over quantum affine algebras
by analyzing their associated
-matrices. Using these new invariants, we provide a criterion for a monoidal category of finite-dimensional integrable
-modules to become a monoidal categorification of a cluster algebra.