Lectures on the Arthur-Selberg Trace Formula.

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The Arthur-Selberg trace formula is an equality between two kinds of traces: the geometric terms given by the conjugacy classes of a group and the spectral terms given by the induced representations. In general, these terms require a truncation in order to converge, which leads to an equality of truncated kernels. The formulas are difficult in general and even the case of $GL$(2) is nontrivial. The book gives proof of Arthur's trace formula of the 1970s and 1980s, with special attention given to $GL$(2). The problem is that ...

Lectures on the Arthur-Selberg Trace Formula. 1996, American Mathematical Society

ISBN-13: 9780821805718

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