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Decomposition of Splitting Invariants in Split Real Groups

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  20 November 2018

Tasho Kaletha
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University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 60637 USA email: tkaletha@math.uchicago.edu
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Abstract

For a maximal torus in a quasi-split semi-simple simply-connected group over a local field of characteristic 0, Langlands and Shelstad constructed a cohomological invariant called the splitting invariant, which is an important component of their endoscopic transfer factors. We study this invariant in the case of a split real group and prove a decomposition theorem which expresses this invariant for a general torus as a product of the corresponding invariants for simple tori. We also show how this reduction formula allows for the comparison of splitting invariants between different tori in the given real group.

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Copyright © Canadian Mathematical Society 2011

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