The Mathematical Legacy of Harish-Chandra: A Celebration of Representation Theory and Harmonic Analysis : an AMS Special Session Honoring the Memory of Harish-Chandra, January 9-10, 1998, Baltimore, Maryland
Harish-Chandra, Robert S. Doran, V. S. Varadarajan
American Mathematical Soc., 2000 - Mathematics - 551 pages
Harish-Chandra was a mathematician of great power, vision, and remarkable ingenuity. His profound contributions to the representation theory of Lie groups, harmonic analysis, and related areas left researchers a rich legacy that continues today. This book presents the proceedings of an AMS Special Session entitled, "Representation Theory and Noncommutative Harmonic Analysis: A Special Session Honoring the Memory of Harish-Chandra", which marked 75 years since his birth and 15 years since his untimely death at age 60. Contributions to the volume were written by an outstanding group of internationally known mathematicians. Included are expository and historical surveys and original research papers. The book also includes talks given at the IAS Memorial Service in 1983 by colleagues who knew Harish-Chandra well. Also reprinted are two articles entitled, "Some Recollections of Harish-Chandra", by A. Borel, and "Harish-Chandra's c-Function: A Mathematical Jewel", by S. Helgason. In addition, an expository paper, "An Elementary Introduction to Harish-Chandra's Work", gives an overview of some of his most basic mathematical ideas with references for further study. This volume offers a comprehensive retrospective of Harish-Chandra's professional life and work. Personal recollections give the book particular significance. Readers should have an advanced-level background in the representation theory of Lie groups and harmonic analysis.
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Some Recollections of HarishChandra
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Stabilization of a Family of Differential Equations
Orbital Integrals of Nilpotent Orbits
A View from
Bruhat Filtrations and Whittaker Vectors for Real Groups
Germs Characters and the Fourier Transforms
HarishChandras cFunction A Mathematical Jewel
Intertwining Operators and Small Unitary Representations
On Some Problems in Analysis Suggested by Representation
Distributional Reciprocity and Generalized Gelfand Pairs
Germs of Characters of Admissible Representations
SeibergWitten Equations on Locally Symmetric Spaces
Bessel Functions on Boundary Orbits and Singular
Restriction of Small Discrete Series Representations
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