By R. W. Carter (auth.), A. I. Kostrikin, I. R. Shafarevich (eds.)
The finite teams of Lie style are of imperative mathematical significance and the matter of knowing their irreducible representations is of serious curiosity. The illustration concept of those teams over an algebraically closed box of attribute 0 was once built by means of P.Deligne and G.Lusztig in 1976 and therefore in a sequence of papers by way of Lusztig culminating in his ebook in 1984. the aim of the 1st a part of this ebook is to provide an summary of the topic, with no together with unique proofs. the second one half is a survey of the constitution of finite-dimensional department algebras with many define proofs, giving the fundamental idea and strategies of development after which is going directly to a deeper research of department algebras over valuated fields. An account of the multiplicative constitution and decreased K-theory provides contemporary paintings at the topic, together with that of the authors. hence it kinds a handy and extremely readable creation to a box which within the final 20 years has visible a lot progress.
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Carter We may therefore divide the set of irreducible characters of GF into series as follows. Two irreducible characters of GF lie in the same series if they are obtained from cuspidal characters of Levi subgroups corresponding to associated F-stable subsets of II. Thus we have one series for each class of associated F-stable subsets of II. There are two extreme cases. If J is empty then L J = T, a maximally split torus, PJ = B and any irreducible character ,p of TF is cuspidal. The characters of GFobtained in this way are the irreducible components of ,pff: for all ,p E fF.
Thus when GF = GLn(q) the Green functions QT(U) form a p(n) x p(n) matrix, where p(n) is the number of partitions of n. In general, however, the matrix of Green functions QT(U) is not square. For example, if GF = Es(q) the matrix of Green functions has size 112 x 113, since there are 112 conjugacy classes in W(Es) and 113 unipotent classes in Es(q). The importance of the Green functions can be seen from the following character formula for RT,o, which was proved by Deligne and Lusztig. This formula shows how the character values can be determined by making use of the Jordan decomposition.
These definitions are independent of the embedding of L(G) in gIn(K). The Jordan decomposition for Lie algebras asserts that, given X E L(G), there exists a semisimple element Xs E L(G) and a nilpotent element Xn E L(G) such that X = Xs + Xn [XsXnJ = O. Moreover X s' Xn are uniquely determined by these conditions. Xs is called the semisimple part of X and Xn the nilpotent part of X. Now the set % of nilpotent elements of L(G) forms an irreducible closed subset of L(G) and is therefore an irreducible affine variety.