I suppose I am the first one who asked about Weil representation here.

In studying Weil representation, I fell into a slough and so determined to ask you for shedding a light. I think your responses would be a gleam of hope for many others struggling exactly at the same part like me.

Let me recall some basic notations required to set-up the Weil representation.

Let F be a p-adic field and E its quadratic extension field. Let V be a n-dimension hermitian vector space over E and W m-dimension skew-hermitian vector space over E and U(V) and U(W) are their isometry groups respectively.

Let $\mathbb{W}=Res_{E/F} (V \otimes W)$ along with a complete polarization $\mathbb{W}=\mathbb{X} \oplus \mathbb{Y}$.

Let $Sp(\mathbb{W}) $be the symplectic group of $\mathbb{W}$ and $\tilde{Sp}(\mathbb{W})$ be its two-fold metaplectic cover.

Then, $\tilde{Sp}(\mathbb{W})$ has the Weil representation on $\mathbb{S}(\mathbb{X})$, the Schwartz space on $\mathbb{X}$, and its law of action is well known explicitly.

When m is even, we can find easily the complete polarization of $\mathbb{W}=\mathbb{X} \oplus \mathbb{Y}$ as follows;

If we let $W=X \oplus Y$, the complete polarization of W, then $\mathbb{X}=V \otimes X, \mathbb{Y}=V \otimes Y$ gives the above polarization of $\mathbb{W}$.

My question arises here.

If m is not even but odd, how can we find the polarization of $\mathbb{W}$? And in this case, the explicit Weil representation law is known?

I searched a lot for this, but found no paper which dealt this.

If you know the technics to manage this case or some paper treatng this case, would you let me know it? Then I will be very grateful for your benovelence and it may also helps many others.