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Book DetailsMemoirs of the American Mathematical SocietyVolume: 238; 2015; 112 ppMSC: Primary 22; Secondary 33; 53
The authors give a complete classification of intertwining operators (symmetry breaking operators) between spherical principal series representations of \(G=O(n+1,1)\) and \(G'=O(n,1)\). They construct three meromorphic families of the symmetry breaking operators, and find their distribution kernels and their residues at all poles explicitly. Symmetry breaking operators at exceptional discrete parameters are thoroughly studied.
The authors obtain closed formulae for the functional equations which the composition of the symmetry breaking operators with the KnappStein intertwining operators of \(G\) and \(G'\) satisfy, and use them to determine the symmetry breaking operators between irreducible composition factors of the spherical principal series representations of \(G\) and \(G'\). Some applications are included.

Table of Contents

Chapters

1. Introduction

2. Symmetry breaking for the spherical principal series representations

3. Symmetry breaking operators

4. More about principal series representations

5. Double coset decomposition $P’ \backslash G/P$

6. Differential equations satisfied by the distribution kernels of symmetry breaking operators

7. $K$finite vectors and regular symmetry breaking operators $\widetilde {\mathbb {A}} _{\lambda , \nu }$

8. Meromorphic continuation of regular symmetry breaking operators ${K}_{{\lambda },{\nu }}^{\mathbb {A}}$

9. Singular symmetry breaking operator $\widetilde {\mathbb {B}}_{\lambda ,\nu }$

10. Differential symmetry breaking operators

11. Classification of symmetry breaking operators

12. Residue formulae and functional identities

13. Image of symmetry breaking operators

14. Application to analysis on antide Sitter space

15. Application to branching laws of complementary series

16. Appendix


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The authors give a complete classification of intertwining operators (symmetry breaking operators) between spherical principal series representations of \(G=O(n+1,1)\) and \(G'=O(n,1)\). They construct three meromorphic families of the symmetry breaking operators, and find their distribution kernels and their residues at all poles explicitly. Symmetry breaking operators at exceptional discrete parameters are thoroughly studied.
The authors obtain closed formulae for the functional equations which the composition of the symmetry breaking operators with the KnappStein intertwining operators of \(G\) and \(G'\) satisfy, and use them to determine the symmetry breaking operators between irreducible composition factors of the spherical principal series representations of \(G\) and \(G'\). Some applications are included.

Chapters

1. Introduction

2. Symmetry breaking for the spherical principal series representations

3. Symmetry breaking operators

4. More about principal series representations

5. Double coset decomposition $P’ \backslash G/P$

6. Differential equations satisfied by the distribution kernels of symmetry breaking operators

7. $K$finite vectors and regular symmetry breaking operators $\widetilde {\mathbb {A}} _{\lambda , \nu }$

8. Meromorphic continuation of regular symmetry breaking operators ${K}_{{\lambda },{\nu }}^{\mathbb {A}}$

9. Singular symmetry breaking operator $\widetilde {\mathbb {B}}_{\lambda ,\nu }$

10. Differential symmetry breaking operators

11. Classification of symmetry breaking operators

12. Residue formulae and functional identities

13. Image of symmetry breaking operators

14. Application to analysis on antide Sitter space

15. Application to branching laws of complementary series

16. Appendix