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RATIONAL REPRESENTATIONS OF GL2

  • VANESSA MIEMIETZ (a1) and WILL TURNER (a2)
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Let F be an algebraically closed field of characteristic p. We fashion an infinite dimensional basic algebra p(F), with a transparent combinatorial structure, which controls the rational representation theory of GL2(F).

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