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**February 5, 2007** by Princeton University Press .

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**Download D-Modules and Spherical Representations. (MN-39) (Mathematical Notes)**

The book provides a general introduction to the theory of D-modules on flag varieties, and it describes spherical D-modules in terms of a cohomological formula. Using microlocalization of representations, the author derives a criterion for irreducibility. The relation between multiplicities and singularities is also discussed at : Frédéric V.

Bien. The book provides a general introduction to the theory of D-modules on flag varieties, and it describes spherical D-modules in terms of a cohomological formula.

Using microlocalization of representations, the author derives a criterion for irreducibility. The relation between multiplicities and singularities is also discussed at length. Prices in GBP apply to orders placed in Great Britain only. Prices in € represent the retail prices valid in Germany (unless otherwise indicated).

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Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, Spherical D-modules and representations on symmetric spaces, Bulletin Soc. Math. Belgique, Ser.

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D-MODULES AND REPRESENTATION THEORY Contents 1. Introduction 1 Motivation 1 Organization and references 2 Conventions and notation 3 Acknowledgments 3 2.

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