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How to compute irreducible representation of Lie algebra in the framework of BBD
Thanks for the link -- I was unsure of where to find the paper online. And of course you are right that I haven't constructed irreducible representations so much as identified their D-module counterpart under localization, but based on the OP's comments about perverse sheaves and Riemann-Hilbert, this seemed to me to be what he was actually asking for. Apologies all around if that is not the case! |
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