Horospherical model for holomorphic discrete series and horospherical Cauchy transform by Simon Gindikin

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Published by Kyōto Daigaku Sūri Kaiseki Kenkyūjo in Kyoto, Japan .

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Statementby Simon Gindikin, Bernhard Krotz and Gester Olafsson.
SeriesRIMS -- 1487
ContributionsKyōto Daigaku. Sūri Kaiseki Kenkyūjo.
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LC ClassificationsMLCSJ 2008/00082 (Q)
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Pagination31 p. ;
Number of Pages31
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Open LibraryOL16508910M
LC Control Number2008558008

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HOROSPHERICAL MODEL FOR HOLOMORPHIC DISCRETE SERIES AND HOROSPHERICAL CAUCHY TRANSFORM SIMON GINDIKIN, BERNHARD KROTZ, AND GESTUR¨ OLAFSSON´ Introduction For some homogeneous spaces the method of horospheres delivers an effective way to decompose repre-sentations in irreducible ones.

For Riemannian symmetric spaces Y = G/K. HOROSPHERICAL MODEL FOR HOLOMORPHIC DISCRETE SERIES AND HOROSPHERICAL CAUCHY TRANSFORM SIMON GINDIKIN, BERNHARD KROTZ, AND GESTUR¨ OLAFSSON´ Introduction For some homogeneous spaces the method of horospheres delivers an effective way to decompose repre-sentations in irreducible ones.

For Riemannian symmetric spaces Y = G=K. (real) horospherical transform on Y, then holomorphic discrete series lie in its kernel. So we considered a complex version of such a transform - horospherical Cauchy transform - using a kernel of Cauchy type with singularities on complex horospheres (on YC) which do not intersect Y.

As a result we constructed a dual domain Ξ+ in the manifold. Holomorphic functions are also sometimes referred to as regular functions. A holomorphic function whose domain is the whole complex plane is called an entire function.

The phrase "holomorphic at a point z 0" means not just differentiable at z 0, but differentiable everywhere within some neighbourhood of z 0 in the complex plane.

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symmetric spaces of Hermitian type and show that it has no kernel on the holomorphic discrete : Bernhard Krötz. (with S. Gindikin and B. Kr¨otz) Horospherical model for the holomorphic discrete series and the horospherical Cauchy transform. Compositio Mathematica () – (with A.

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Thinking of the Cauchy-Riemann operator as an elliptic partial differential operator, the basic elliptic regularity result implies that any distribution satisfying the C-R equation is a holomorphic function.

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