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Arthur's multiplicity formula for automorphic representations of certain inner forms of special orthogonal and symplectic groups

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  • UserOlivier Taïbi (Imperial College)
  • ClockTuesday 10 November 2015, 14:15-15:15
  • HouseMR13.

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I will explain the formulation and proof of Arthur’s multiplicity formula for automorphic representations of certain special orthogonal groups and certain inner forms of symplectic groups G over a number field F. I work under an assumption that substantially simplifies the use of the stabilisation of the trace formula, namely that there exists a non-empty set S of real places of F such that G has discrete series at places in S and is quasi-split at places outside S, and by restricting to automorphic representations of G(A_F) which have algebraic regular infinitesimal character at all places in S. In particular, I prove the general multiplicity formula for groups G such that F is totally real, G is compact at all real places of F and quasi-split at all finite places of F. Crucially, the formulation of Arthur’s multiplicity formula is made possible by Kaletha’s recent work on local and global Galois gerbes and their application to the normalisation of Kottwitz-Langlands-Shelstad transfer factors.

This talk is part of the Number Theory Seminar series.

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