Lifting to GL(2) over a division quaternion algebra, and an explicit construction of cap representations

Masanori Muto, Hiroaki Narita, Ameya Pitale

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Abstract

The aim of this paper is to carry out an explicit construction of CAP representations of over a division quaternion algebra with discriminant two. We first construct cusp forms on such a group explicitly by lifting from Maass cusp forms for the congruence subgroup . We show that this lifting is nonzero and Hecke-equivariant. This allows us to determine each local component of a cuspidal representation generated by such a lifting. We then show that our cuspidal representations provide examples of CAP (cuspidal representation associated to a parabolic subgroup) representations, and, in fact, counterexamples to the Ramanujan conjecture.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)137-185
Number of pages49
JournalNagoya Mathematical Journal
Volume222
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2016 Jun 1
Externally publishedYes

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Quaternion Algebra
Division Algebra
Cusp Form
Congruence Subgroups
Parabolic Subgroup
Ramanujan
Discriminant
Equivariant
Counterexample
Cap

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  • 2010 Mathematics subject classification 11F55 11F70

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Lifting to GL(2) over a division quaternion algebra, and an explicit construction of cap representations. / Muto, Masanori; Narita, Hiroaki; Pitale, Ameya.

In: Nagoya Mathematical Journal, Vol. 222, 01.06.2016, p. 137-185.

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