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4:00 pm Tuesday, April 12, 2011 Algebraic Geometry Seminar: Approximate converse theoremby
Min Lee (Columbia) in HB 227- In this talk, we introduce the approximate converse theorem for globally unramified cuspidal representations of PGL(n, A), n>1. For a given set of Langlands parameters for some places of Q, we can compute epsilon>0 explicitly, which ensures that there eixsts a genuine unramified cuspidal representation within the boundary epsilon of the finite subset of the given parameters.
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