|Harmonic analysis and synthesis|
Abstract: The spectral decomposition of affine Hecke algebras can be made quite explicit. In particular the tempered spectrum can be classified, and the dependence of the Plancherel measure on the Hecke parameters can be made explicit. From this description it is not hard to derive conditions on the types and parameters of two affine Hecke algebras H_1 and H_2 such that there exists a measure preserving correspondence between the tempered spectra of H_1 and H_2. This idea has a striking application to the classification of the tempered unipotent representations of adjoint, simple p-adic groups (which we assume to be split over an unramified extension of the base field) as given earlier by Lusztig. The method yields a natural extension of Reeder's work on formal degrees and L-packets of unipotent discrete series representations of exceptional groups.
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|Posted:: October 6, 2009||URL: http://www.math.neu.edu/bhmn/opdam09.html|