Hecke algebra of a pair, or Hecke pair as it is shortly called, consists of an approximate pair of identity, whose approximate modules of unital value are the same as the K-finite representation of the pairs. The algebra usually appears with k being a compact subgroup of a Lie group that has a Lie algebra g. To properly understand Hecke algebra, there is a need for certain preliminary knowledge. This short quiz will give some idea about Hecke algebra in general.
Erich Hecke
Hecke Iwahori
Schur Hecke
Erich Schur
K
G
F
X
Minor cosets
Major cosets
Subsets
Double cosets
Ian Grey
Ian McDonald
George Lusztig
None of the above
Additive
Gelfrand equation
Commutative
Hecke equation
Lie group
Morphism
Invariants
Convolutions
A geometric analysis to produce data
An equatuonal analysis to get data
A mathematical operation to derive third equation from two equations
A mathematic operation to get numerical solution to equations
Reverse convolution
Unconvolution
Deconvolution
Infinite convolution
Genetics
Statistics
Mathematics
Engineering
Adjust
Linear
Self-adjoint
Involuted
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