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Localization of admissible locally analytic representations

Abstract : Let G be a split connected, reductive group scheme over the ring of integers of a finite extension of the field of p-adic numbers.. An important theorem in group theory is the localization theorem, demonstrated by A. Beilinson and J. Bernstein, and by J.L. Brylinsky and M. Kashiwara. This is a result about the D-affinity of the flag variety of the generic fiber of G). In mixed characteristic an important progress is found in the work of C. Huyghe and T. Schmidt. They give a partial answer by considering algebraic characters. The first four chapters of this thesis are dedicated to extending this correspondence (the arithmetic localization theorem) for arbitrary characters. In chapters five and six, we will treat the principal objective of this thesis, which concerns admissible locally analytic representations. We will show that for an algebraic character, which is dominant and regular, the category of admissible locally analytic representations, with central character, it is equivalent to the category of coadmissible equivariant arithmetic modules over the family of formal models of the rigid flag variety.
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Andrés Sarrazola Alzate. Localization of admissible locally analytic representations. Representation Theory [math.RT]. Université de Strasbourg, 2019. English. ⟨NNT : 2019STRAD017⟩. ⟨tel-02289490v2⟩



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