Intertwining operators and residues. II. Invariant distributions

James Arthur

Compositio Mathematica (1989)

  • Volume: 70, Issue: 1, page 51-99
  • ISSN: 0010-437X

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Arthur, James. "Intertwining operators and residues. II. Invariant distributions." Compositio Mathematica 70.1 (1989): 51-99. <>.

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  1. 1 J. Arthur: (a) The characters of discrete series as orbital integrals, Inv. Math.32 (1976), 205-261; (b) The trace formula in invariant form, Ann. of Math.114 (1981) 1-74; (c) A Paley-Wiener theorem for real reductive groups, Acta Math.150 (1983) 1-89; (d) The local properties of weighted orbital integrals, Duke Math. J.56 (1988) 223-293; (e) Intertwining operators and residues I. Weighted characters. to appear in J. Funct. Anal.; (f) The invariant trace formula I. Local theory, J. Amer. Math. Soc.1 (1988) 323-383; (g) The invariant trace formula II. Global theory, J. Amer. Math. Soc.1 (1988) 501-554. Zbl0667.10019MR412348
  2. 2 J. Bernstein and P. Deligne: Le "centre" de Bernstein, in Représentations des groupes réductifs sur un corps local, Hermann, Paris (1984), pp. 1-32. Zbl0599.22016MR771671
  3. 3 H. Hecht and W. Schmid: Characters, asymptotics and n-homology of Harish-Chandra modules, Acta Math., 151 (1983) 49-151. Zbl0523.22013MR716371

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