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51. CMB 2000 (vol 43 pp. 47)

Božičević, Mladen
A Property of Lie Group Orbits
Let $G$ be a real Lie group and $X$ a real analytic manifold. Suppose that $G$ acts analytically on $X$ with finitely many orbits. Then the orbits are subanalytic in $X$. As a consequence we show that the micro-support of a $G$-equivariant sheaf on $X$ is contained in the conormal variety of the $G$-action.

Categories:32B20, 22E15

52. CMB 1999 (vol 42 pp. 393)

Savin, Gordan
A Class of Supercuspidal Representations of $G_2(k)$
Let $H$ be an exceptional, adjoint group of type $E_6$ and split rank 2, over a $p$-adic field $k$. In this article we discuss the restriction of the minimal representation of $H$ to a dual pair $\PD^{\times}\times G_2(k)$, where $D$ is a division algebra of dimension 9 over $k$. In particular, we discover an interesting class of supercuspidal representations of $G_2(k)$.

Categories:22E35, 22E50, 11F70

53. CMB 1998 (vol 41 pp. 463)

Moran, Alan
The right regular representation of a compact right topological group
We show that for certain compact right topological groups, $\overline{r(G)}$, the strong operator topology closure of the image of the right regular representation of $G$ in ${\cal L}({\cal H})$, where ${\cal H} = \L2$, is a compact topological group and introduce a class of representations, ${\cal R}$, which effectively transfers the representation theory of $\overline{r(G)}$ over to $G$. Amongst the groups for which this holds is the class of equicontinuous groups which have been studied by Ruppert in [10]. We use familiar examples to illustrate these features of the theory and to provide a counter-example. Finally we remark that every equicontinuous group which is at the same time a Borel group is in fact a topological group.


54. CMB 1998 (vol 41 pp. 368)

Moskowitz, Martin; Wüstner, Michael
Exponentiality of certain real solvable Lie groups
In this article, making use of the second author's criterion for exponentiality of a connected solvable Lie group, we give a rather simple necessary and sufficient condition for the semidirect product of a torus acting on certain connected solvable Lie groups to be exponential.

Categories:22E25, 22E15
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