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Locally algebraic representations and integral structures on the cohomology of arithmetic groups
Fabian
Januszewski
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This paper introduces the notion of locally algebraic representations and corresponding sheaves in the context of the cohomology of arithmetic groups. These representations are particularly relevant for studying integral structures and special values of cohomological automorphic representations, as well as corresponding period relations. We introduce and investigate related concepts such as locally algebraic $(\lieg,K)$-modules and cohomological types of automorphic representations. Applying the recently developed theory of tdos and twisted $\mathcal D$-modules, we establish the existence of canonical global $1/N$-integral structures on spaces of automorphic cusp forms. As an application, we define canonical periods attached to regular algebraic automorphic representations, potentially related to the action of Venkatesh's derived Hecke algebra on cuspidal cohomology.
2024
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Januszewski, F. (2024). <i>Locally algebraic representations and integral structures on the cohomology of arithmetic groups</i>.
Januszewski, Fabian. “Locally Algebraic Representations and Integral Structures on the Cohomology of Arithmetic Groups,” 2024.
F. Januszewski, “Locally algebraic representations and integral structures on the cohomology of arithmetic groups.” 2024.
Januszewski F. Locally algebraic representations and integral structures on the cohomology of arithmetic groups. Published online 2024.
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Januszewski, Fabian. <i>Locally Algebraic Representations and Integral Structures on the Cohomology of Arithmetic Groups</i>. 2024.
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