George Lusztig, MIT
Joi 1 Iunie, 11:45-12:45, sala 128
Let V be a finite dimensional vector space over the field with two elements with a given nondegenerate symplectic form.
Let [V] be the vector space of complex valued functions on V and let [V]_Z be the subgroup of [V] consisting of integer valued functions. We show that there exists a Z-basis of [V]_Z consisting of characteristic functions of certain explicit isotropic subspaces of V such that the matrix of the Fourier transform from [V] to [V] with respect to this basis is triangular.
This continues the tradition started by Hermite who described eigenvectors for the Fourier transform over real numbers.