Local-to-global extensions for GLn in non-zero characteristic: A characterization of γf(s, π, Sym2, Ψ) and γf(s, π, ∇2, Ψ)

Guy Henniart, LUIS ALBERTO LOMELÍ

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Abstract

Let F be a locally compact field of positive characteristic. In his thesis, the second author used the Langlands-Shahidi method to define γ-factors for the symmetric square and exterior square representations of the dual group of GLn(F). We prove here that such γ-factors are characterized by local properties - including a multiplicativity property with respect to parabolic induction - and their role in global functional equations for L-functions. For this, we prove that a given cuspidal representation of GL n(F) is the component at some place of a global automorphic representation, the ramification of which is controlled at other places. In fact, we use an equivalent result for l-adic Galois representations, due to O. Gabber and N. Katz, and transport it via the global Langlands correspondence proved by L. Lafforgue.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)187-196
Number of pages10
JournalAmerican Journal of Mathematics
Volume133
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - 1 Feb 2011

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