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Informal Introduction to Geometric Langlands

  • D. Gaitsgory

Abstract

Since we could not afford to give all the definitions necessary to introduce the subject, we will assume a certain level of familiarity with basic notions of algebraic geometry, number theory and representation theory. To compensate for the missing definitions, at the end we include some bibliographical suggestions.

Keywords

Vector Bundle Isomorphism Class Automorphic Form Coherent Sheave Open Compact Subgroup 
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