By Andre Weil
This quantity includes the unique lecture notes provided through A. Weil within which the idea that of adeles was once first brought, along with a variety of facets of C.L. Siegel’s paintings on quadratic kinds. those notes were supplemented through a longer bibliography, and by way of Takashi Ono’s short survey of next examine. Serving as an creation to the topic, those notes can also offer stimulation for extra study.
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Comparing both results, we see at once, in the former case, that me has the value n; we get the saA k conclusion in the latter case by taking, for instance, F such that '(q\l) = 1 for T(G) =fG /G wG a ~ \! ~ n-1, and = 0 otherwise. 1. The Tamagawa number of the projective group of I division algebra of dimension n2 over its center is n. 3 Isogenies. We recall that an isogeny is a homomorphism of an algebraic ,roup onto another of the same dimension; two groups G, G' are called - 44 isogenous if G" can be found so that there are isogenies of G" onto G and onto G'.
X,v) =v; its kernel is and is isomorphic to R(1); by means of 1m' as usual, we extend ¢ ¢, we can identify to a homomorphism of r A into r/r' with (Gm)A = I k . 2 ¢(rA)/¢(r k) = Ik/k*. It is known (Eichler, Math. Zeitschr. 1938) that an element A - 46 - of k* is the norm of an element of Rk if and only if it is the norm of an element of Rk for every v; the latter condition is equivalent v to saying that A must be the norm of an element of RA. Now, for ack*, we have aE¢(f A) if and only if aV of RA; then, by Eichler's theorem, Rk.
For instance, these formulas are continuous, absolutely integrable, and La~(X+Il), L[3~(y+[3) convergent; when that is so, we say that are absolutely and uniformly ~, ~ are "of Poisson type". If, in the definition for ~,we substitute xa, a- 1y for x, y, where aEO A, we see that the Fourier transform of ~(xa) is IN(a)l- n'l'(a- 1y); similarly (and in view of the fact that XO(axa -1) = XO(x), by the definition of XO) the Fourier transform of ~(ax) Now we say that ~(ax) and ~(xa) ~ is IN(a)l- n'l'(ya- 1).
Adeles and Algebraic Groups by Andre Weil