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# Harmonic Analysis on Reductive, \(p\)-adic Groups

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*Robert S. Doran; Paul J. Sally, Jr.; Loren Spice*

This volume contains the proceedings of the
AMS Special Session on Harmonic Analysis and Representations of
Reductive, \(p\)-adic Groups, which was held on January 16, 2010, in San
Francisco, California.

One of the original guiding philosophies of harmonic analysis on
\(p\)-adic groups was Harish-Chandra's Lefschetz principle,
which suggested a strong analogy with real groups. From this
beginning, the subject has developed a surprising variety of tools and
applications. To mention just a few, Moy-Prasad's development of
Bruhat-Tits theory relates analysis to group actions on locally finite
polysimplicial complexes; the Aubert-Baum-Plymen conjecture relates
the local Langlands conjecture to the Baum-Connes conjecture via a
geometric description of the Bernstein spectrum; the \(p\)-adic
analogues of classical symmetric spaces play an essential role in
classifying representations; and character sheaves, originally
developed by Lusztig in the context of finite groups of Lie type, also
have connections to characters of \(p\)-adic groups.

The papers in this volume present both expository and research
articles on these and related topics, presenting a broad picture of
the current state of the art in \(p\)-adic harmonic analysis. The
concepts are liberally illustrated with examples, usually appropriate
for an upper-level graduate student in representation theory or number
theory. The concrete case of the two-by-two special linear group is a
constant touchstone.

#### Readership

Graduate students and research mathematicians interested in representations of \(p\)-adic groups.

# Table of Contents

## Harmonic Analysis on Reductive, $p$-adic Groups

- Contents vii8 free
- Preface ix10 free
- List of Participants xi12 free
- Toward a Mackey formula for compact restriction of character sheaves 114 free
- Supercuspidal characters of SL2 over a p-adic field 1932
- 1. Introduction 2033
- 2. Field extensions 2639
- 3. Tori 2740
- 4. A principal-value integral 3043
- 5. The building and filtrations 3245
- 6. Haar measure 3447
- 7. Duality, Fourier transforms, and orbital integrals 3548
- 8. Unrefined minimal K-types 3750
- 9. Representations of depth zero 3851
- 10. Representations of positive depth 3952
- 11. Parametrization of supercuspidal representations 4356
- 12. Inducing representations 4457
- 13. Murnaghan–Kirillov theory 4861
- 14. ‘Ordinary’ supercuspidal characters 5265
- 15. ‘Exceptional’ supercuspidal characters 6477
- References 6780

- Geometric structure in the representation theory of reductive p-adic groups II 7184
- The construction of Hecke algebras associated to a Coxeter group 91104
- Distinguished supercuspidal representations of SL2 103116
- 1. Introduction 103116
- 2. Elliptic tori 105118
- 3. Involutions of SL2 106119
- 4. Multiplicity constants 111124
- 5. Supercuspidal representations 112125
- 6. Distinguished toral supercuspidal representations 115128
- 7. Distinguished depth-zero supercuspidal representations 117130
- Appendix A. The building and the Moy-Prasad groups 121134
- References 133146

- Twisted Levi sequences and explicit types on Sp4 135148
- Regularity and distinction of supercuspidal representations 155168
- Patterns in branching rules for irreducible representations of SL2(k), for k a p-adic field 185198
- Parametrizing nilpotent orbits in p-adic symmetric spaces 201214
- An integration formula of Shahidi 215228
- Managing metaplectiphobia: Covering p-adic groups 237250