Two More Variations on the Triangular Theme
Part of the Progress in Mathematics book series (PM, volume 213)
The orbit method was created 40 years ago (see [K1]) in the attempt to describe the unitary dual N for the group N of upper triangular matrices with units on the main diagonal.
KeywordsIrreducible Character Cluster Character Coadjoint Orbit Character Formula Coxeter Element
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