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Original language | English |
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Place of Publication | Cambridge, United Kingdom |

Publisher | Cambridge University Press |

Number of pages | 191 |

ISBN (Print) | 0521643252, 978-0521643252 |

Publication status | Published - 3 Sep 1998 |

### Publication series

Name | Publications of the Newton Institute |
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Publisher | Cambridge University Press |

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*Representations of reductive groups*. (Publications of the Newton Institute ). Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.

**Representations of reductive groups.** / Carter, Roger W.; Geck, Meinolf Josef.

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*Representations of reductive groups*. Publications of the Newton Institute , Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom.

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TY - BOOK

T1 - Representations of reductive groups

AU - Carter, Roger W.

AU - Geck, Meinolf Josef

PY - 1998/9/3

Y1 - 1998/9/3

N2 - The representation theory of reductive algebraic groups and related finite reductive groups is a subject of great topical interest and has many applications. The articles in this volume provide introductions to various aspects of the subject, including algebraic groups and Lie algebras, reflection groups, abelian and derived categories, the Deligne-Lusztig representation theory of finite reductive groups, Harish-Chandra theory and its generalisations, quantum groups, subgroup structure of algebraic groups, intersection cohomology, and Lusztig's conjectured character formula for irreducible representations in prime characteristic. The articles are carefully designed to reinforce one another, and are written by a team of distinguished authors: M. Broué, R. W. Carter, S. Donkin, M. Geck, J. C. Jantzen, B. Keller, M. W. Liebeck, G. Malle, J. C. Rickard and R. Rouquier. This volume as a whole should provide a very accessible introduction to an important, though technical, subject.

AB - The representation theory of reductive algebraic groups and related finite reductive groups is a subject of great topical interest and has many applications. The articles in this volume provide introductions to various aspects of the subject, including algebraic groups and Lie algebras, reflection groups, abelian and derived categories, the Deligne-Lusztig representation theory of finite reductive groups, Harish-Chandra theory and its generalisations, quantum groups, subgroup structure of algebraic groups, intersection cohomology, and Lusztig's conjectured character formula for irreducible representations in prime characteristic. The articles are carefully designed to reinforce one another, and are written by a team of distinguished authors: M. Broué, R. W. Carter, S. Donkin, M. Geck, J. C. Jantzen, B. Keller, M. W. Liebeck, G. Malle, J. C. Rickard and R. Rouquier. This volume as a whole should provide a very accessible introduction to an important, though technical, subject.

M3 - Book

SN - 0521643252

SN - 978-0521643252

T3 - Publications of the Newton Institute

BT - Representations of reductive groups

PB - Cambridge University Press

CY - Cambridge, United Kingdom

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