Higher reciprocity laws

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### Rationally building bridges from Jacquet-Langlands to Langlands functoriality conjectures

For now I mainly worked on very classical proofs (viz. Bolte & Johansson, Bergeron) of the Jacquet-Langlands correspondence, but I hope to be able to understand in what this special case lead ...

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### Serious introduction to the Langlands program for nonspecialist

I recently became interested in the Langlands program and hope to learn more.
For context, I am an analytic number theorist but have some light background in algebraic number theory and modular ...

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### Request for errata for Automorphic Forms on GL(2)

Edit (7/21/2014): We have finished proofreading Jacquet-Langlands and posted it to Robert Langlands's publications site. If you would like a copy, please download it from here:
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### Symmetric Fifth Power Lift of GL(2) Automorphic Form

Let $\pi$ be an automorphic representation of $GL(2)/\mathbb{Q}$. For simplicity, you can take it to be a Maass form for $SL(2,\mathbb Z)$. Kim, Shahidi, Gelbart-Jacquet prove that
$$L(s, \pi, ...

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### Self-dual automorphic forms on GL(4)

as is known among experts, all self-dual automorphic form on GL(3) comes from symmetric square lift from GL(2). You can find this from Ramakrishnan ...

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### GL(2) Local Langlands and Artin's L-function

The context I am thinking of mainly is GL(2), and accordingly, the degree 2 Artin L-function. But comments about GL(n) in general are also welcome.
In light the local Langlands correspondence, what ...

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### Are there any simple, interesting consequences to motivate the local Langlands correspondence?

Let's pretend that we know local Langlands at a fairly high level of generality... i.e. we know something along the lines of:
Let $G=\mathbf{G}(F)$ be the group of $F$-points of a connected ...

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### looking for reference on dihedral, tetrahedral, or octahedral forms

I am looking for a reference on dihedral, tetrahedral, or octahedral forms. As far as I read, they are some cuspidal automorphic forms on $GL(2)$ induced from $GL(1)$. Dihedral is from $GL(1)/K$ to ...

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### Is the adjoint L-function on GL(m) holomorphic?

Let $\pi$ be an automorphic representation on GL($m$)/$\mathbb{Q}$.
Define $$L(s,\pi,Ad):=\frac{L(s,\pi\times\overline{\pi})}{\zeta(s)}.$$ This is an L-function with euler products of degree $m^2-1$.
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### absolute convergence of Rankin-Selberg series

Let $\pi$ and $\pi'$ be two general automorphic representation on $GL(n)$ and $GL(n')$ over $\mathbb{Q}$.
I heard that the rankin-selberg convolution L-function $L(s,\pi\times\pi')$ is absolutely ...

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### Langlands' original observation about Ramanujan conjecture

Obviously functoriality of arbitrary high symmetric power lifts of automorphic forms on GL(2) will lead to the Ramanujan conjecture. But I guess that is too strong for Ramanujan. I came across some ...

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### standard zero free region of automorphic L-function on GL(N)

Let $L(s,\pi)$ be the standard(Godement-Jacquet) $L$-function of $\pi$, where $\pi$ is a cuspidal automorphic represetation of $GL(m,A_Q)$.
What's the standard zero-free region for $L(s,\pi)$? any ...

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### Euler product of Asai L-function?

Let $\pi$ be an automorphic form of GL(n)/$\mathbb{Q}$ with standard $L$-function
$$L(s,\pi)=\prod_p \prod_{i=1}^n(1-\frac{\alpha_{p,i}}{p^s})^{-1},$$
where $\{\alpha_{p,i}:i=1,\dots,n\}$ are the ...

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### What is the relation of the Kuznetsov-Bruggeman trace formula and the Selberg trace formula?

I have read that there is an elementary way to show that the above mentioned trace fromulas are equivalent in the sense, that each of them can be derived directly from the other. There should exist a ...

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### What is the Twisted Trace Formula?

I am studying the trace formula using "An Introduction to the Trace Formula" by James Arthur. I would like to understand the twisted trace formula, but unfortunately I never came across a good ...

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### Functoriality for triple product GL(2) x GL(2) x GL(2)

Let $f$, $g$ and $h$ be three general automorphic forms on GL(2).
Do we know that $L(s, f\times g\times h)$ comes from an automorphic form on GL(8)?

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### Which Weil group over a $p$-adic field?

For simplicity, call the Weil group of a local nonarchimedean field $F_v$ to be the following extension:
$$1\longrightarrow F^\times_v\longrightarrow W_{F_v}\longrightarrow\text{Gal}(F_v/\mathbb ...

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### References for particular topics related to Langlands

I have never really concentrated on Langlands, which explains my poor level of understanding of it. But I have read quite a few introductory papers related to Langlands, and to the circle of ideas ...

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### What is the intuition behind the definition of cuspidal representations?

Let $\mathbb{G}$ be a reductive group defined over a number field $K$, let $Z$ be its center, and let $\mathbb{A}:=\mathbb{A}_K$ be the ring of adeles of $K$. Reasonably, we care about the ...

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### What's the status of Arthur's announced classification for GSp(4)?

In "Automorphic representations of GSp(4)" (2004) (see http://www.math.toronto.edu/arthur/), James Arthur announces a classification of discrete automorphic representations of GSp(4). There are no ...

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### Current Status on Langlands Program

The Langlands Program was launched almost fifty years ago, and progress has been made gradually, much of it hard earned. Langlands himself wrote a survey on the functoriality conjecture in 1997, Where ...

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### Local Langlands for $GL(2,\mathbf{C})$ and reducible principal series

My naive picture of the local Langlands correspondence for $GL(2,\mathbf{C})$ is this. The Weil group of $\mathbf{C}$ is canonically $\mathbf{C}^\times$. On the Galois side then we're looking at ...

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### Extending a representation from the Weil group to the Galois group

Let $F$ be a nonarchimedian local field. Since the Weil group $W_F$ is a dense subgroup of $G_F=Gal(\bar{F}/F)$, it's clear that restriction gives an injection $Irr(G_F)\rightarrow Irr(W_F)$ of ...

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### Why Whittaker functions are useful?

Whittaker functions appears in Langlands program. Recently, it is shown that some Whittaker functions can be obtained by integrating a function related to decoration over a geometric crystal in ...

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### Status of local Langlands conjecture over positive characteristic

I am interested to know what the status of Local Langlands Conjectures in positive characteristic is? By a positive characteristic local field, I mean a field of the form $\mathbb{F}_q((t))$.
A nice ...

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### What is “special” maximal compact subgroup of algebraig group over local field?

Learning the theory of Langlands correspondence, I met the notion of "special" maximal compact subgroup of a (reductive) algebraic group over a local field.
Here, I think the word "compact" is used ...

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### Explicit calculation of Weil Deligne representations

According to Grothendieck monodromy theorem, l-adic galois representations of a local field corresponds to Weil-Deligne representations.
However, given a galois representation, it is usually difficult ...

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### Langlands program beyond CM fields?

I apologize since this is a quite vague question. And I am personally at an expert in these fields at all.
It seems to me that there are two main directions of the Langlands program, namely, ...

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### The status of automorphic induction

Background: Let $K/F$ be a degree $r$ extension of number fields. It is conjectured that an automorphic representation of GL$_n$ associated to $K$ induces an automorphic representation of GL$_{rn}$ ...

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### Conductor of a representation of a $p$-adic group

Let $G$ be a connected split reductive group over $\mathbb{Z}$. Let $F$ be a local non-Archimedean field. Let $\rho$ be an irreducible smooth representation of $G(F)$. How does one define the ...

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### Is Langlands reciprocity somehow analogous to the wave-particle duality of quantum mechanics?

Apologies for the vague question, and for the many inaccuracies (I am not a physicist and barely a number theorist).
In physics, there is the notion of gauge group of a field theory. The gauge group ...

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### Automorphicity of L-Factors of Zeta Functions

Associated to a variety over a number field $K$, one has a family of ``Hasse--Weil'' L-functions, which can be combined (as an alternating product) to give the Hasse--Weil zeta function of the ...

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### The historical development of automorphic geometry

Background:
Today the notion of automorphic geometry is often framed in the context of the Langlands program, in particular what is sometimes called the Langlands reciprocity conjecture. This is ...

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### best record toward Selberg's eigenvalue conjecture?

What's the best record toward Selberg's eigenvalue conjecture:
Maass forms on $\Gamma_o(N)$ has eigenvalue greater than 1/4?

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### parametrization of irreducible finite dimensional representation of Weil group

Let $F$ be a p-adic field, with p a prime denoting the residue field characteristic. Let $\mathcal{W}_F$ be the Weil group. In the local Langlands correspondence for $GL(n,F)$, it is important to know ...

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### What do orbital integrals have to do with reciprocity?

Hi, this is my first question (of many). I am blogging for the Fields Medal Symposium and would like to get into the mathematics involved with our program.
In an attempt to sort through the articles ...

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### Le Haut Commissariat qui surveille rigoureusement l'alignement de ses Grandes Pyramides

Yesterday I came across the following one-paragraph summary of the history of the Law of Quadratic Reciprocity in Roger Godement's Analyse mathÃ©matique, IV, p.313 (perhaps the only treatise on ...

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### Do local L-functions/epsilon factors vary continuously with the Fell topology?

Edit due to the comment.
Consider $G=GL(2)$ over a local field $F$. The Fell topology on the unitary dual of $G(F)$ is seperable.
Given a sequence of irreducible unitary representations $(\pi_n)$ of ...

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### What can we say about the Local Langlands Correspondence for GL_n without using Bernstein-Zelevinski?

I have two specific questions regarding the LLC for $GL_n$, and in particular, what we can say about the conjecture if we don't have the ideas of Bernstein and Zelevinski, which reduce the problem to ...

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### Weil group, Weil-Deligne group scheme and conjectural Langlands group

I was reading a series of article from the Corvallis volume. There are couple of questions which came to my mind:
Why do we need to consider representation of Weil-Deligne group? That is what is an ...

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### L functions of Langlands Quotients of essentially-square-integrable representations

I'm reading Kudla's Article on the Local Langlands Conjecture for $p$-adic general linear groups, and specifically I'm trying to understand how the ideas of Bernstein-Zelevinski yield show that you ...

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### Galoisian sets of prime numbers

The question is about characterising the sets $S(K)$ of primes which split completely in a given galoisian extension $K|\mathbb{Q}$. Do recent results such as Serre's modularity conjecture (as proved ...

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### a generalization of a formula of Shimura

Let $\phi$ be a $GL(2)$ automorphic form with Fourier coefficients $a(n)$ and $a(1)=1$.
Obviously we have $L(s,\phi)=\sum \frac{a(n)}{n^s}$.
Shimura have the following formula
$L(s, Ad\; ...

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### Langlands correspondence for reducible representations

The Langlands correspondence over a function field matches irreducible $n$-dimensional Galois representations with cuspidal irreducible automorphic representations.
My question is: Is there any idea ...

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### Langlands product

In his 'MÃ¤rchen' Langlands considers for a local field $F$ a certain abelian category $\Pi(F)$ whose objects are given by isomorphisms classes of irreducible admissible representations of $GL_n(F)$, ...

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### Local Langlands conjecture for GL(2)

Let $F_v$ be a local field. Let $\sigma_v$ be a two-dimensional representation of $Gal(\overline{F}_v:F_v) \rtimes W_{F_v}$. Now, there exists an infinite-dimensional representation $\pi_v$ of ...

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### Conceptual reason behind Shimura lifts

Shimura lifts are correspondence between integer weight and half-integral weight automorphic forms. Half integral weight things are associated to representation of a double cover of $G ...

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### Orbital integrals of pseudo coefficients of supercuspidal reps

Let $\pi$ be a supercuspidal representation of $G =GL_2(F)$ for a non-archimedean local field $F$, then there exists a maximal subgroup $K$ of $G$, which is compact modulo the center, and a ...

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### Have we ever proved any non-solvable case of reciprocity without the Langlands program ?

The reciprocity of the title is the following not completely well-posed problem:
Fix $P(X)$ a monic irreducible polynomial of degree $n$, with coefficients in $\mathbb Z$. "Describe"
(in some sense) ...

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### Reconciling Lusztig's results with the Langlands philosophy

Let $\boldsymbol{G}$ be a reductive group over a finite field $\mathbb{F}_q$, $G = \boldsymbol{G}(\mathbb{F}_q)$, $W = \mathrm{W}(\mathbb{F}_q)$ the Witt vectors over $\mathbb{F}_q$, and $K = ...