The term ” Admissible representations” represents a branch of mathematical theory which is used to resolve reductive Lie groups and compact disconnected representation groups. How well do you know the terms and functions used in admissible representation theory? Take this quiz to test your knowledge about the concepts in Admissible representation.
Representation theory of reductive Lie groups
Representation theory of algebraic groups
Representation theory of linear numbers
Representation theory of prime groups
(g,K)-module
(k,m)-module
(f,n)-module
(g,n)-module
B is reduced
B is increased
The coefficient in the bracket is = B
E = to the sum of the ring B
Linear
Regular
Smooth
Polar
Admissible
Permissible
Linear
Parallel
1970s
1960s
1980s
1990s
The problem of polarizing the infinitesimal equivalence classes
The problem of parameterizing the infinite admissible classes
The problem of parameterizing the infinitesimal equivalence classes
The problem of itemizing the infinitesimal equivalence classes
Reducing the Unitarity of (g,k)-modules
The notion of unitarity of (g,M)-modules
The theory of polarity modules
Landgarlds classification
B-admissible representation
Linear admissible representation
Alpha admissible representation
Polar admissible representation
Harish-Chandra
Andrew Wiles
Robert Langlands
Henry Shaw