**Representations of Reductive p-adic Groups**

by Fiona Murnaghan

**Publisher**: University of Toronto 2009**Number of pages**: 128

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Contents: Valuations and local fields; Smooth representations of locally compact totally disconnected groups; Haar measure, convolution, and characters of admissible representations; Induced representations - general properties; Parabolic induction and Jacquet modules; Supercuspidal representations and Jacquet's subrepresentation theorem; Depth zero supercuspidal representations; etc.

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