K-theory, Chamber Homology and Base Change for GL(2)


  • Wemedh Aeal


Local Langlands, Base change, K-theory, Chamber Homology, Baum-Conns map, representation theory.


In this work on GL(2) we have found that it is hard to compute the chamber homology groups from the quotient space β1GL(2)/GL(2) (Mobius band), so we introduced a new way to compute the chamber homology groups by restricting to the original quotient space (edge) before taking the real line R. We have not yet given a full description of what happening under base change when we work on the cuspidal representation but, we somehow, gave a way to compute the base change effect of some type of cuspidal representations which are the admissible pairs. The base change of a principal series representations is always a principal series. Similarly, the base change of a twist of Steinberg representation is again a twist of Steinberg. However, an irreducible Galois representation can certainly restrict to a reducible one. Thus it is possible for the base change of a cuspidal to be principal series. In fact, if π is any irreducible admissible representation of GL(2,F) then one can find an extension E/F such that BC(π) is either unramified or Steinberg. 






Algebraic Topology

How to Cite

K-theory, Chamber Homology and Base Change for GL(2). (2017). European Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, 6(3), 282-298. https://www.ejpam.com/index.php/ejpam/article/view/1834

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