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Indian mathematician

Dipendra Prasad is an Indian mathematician. He is a professor of mathematics at the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. He is a number theorist known for his work in the areas of automorphic representations and the Gan–Gross–Prasad conjecture.

Source: Wikipedia- Symplectic local root numbers, central critical L-values, and restriction problems in the representation theory of classical groups
- On the decomposition of a representation of ${ m SO}sb n$ when restricted to ${ m SO}sb {n-1}$
- Trilinear forms for representations of GL(2) and local ε-factors
- Trilinear forms for representations of $\mathrm {GL}(2)$ and local $\epsilon $-factors
- On irreducible representations of ${ m SO}sb {2n+1} imes{ m SO}sb {2m}$
- Invariant Forms for Representations of GL 2 Over a Local Field
- Test vectors for linear forms
- Bessel models for GSp(4)
- On the local Howe duality correspondence
- Some applications of seesaw duality to branching laws
- On the decomposition of a representation of ${ m SO}sb n$ when restricted to ${ m SO}sb {n-1}$
- Trilinear forms for representations of GL(2) and local ε-factors
- Trilinear forms for representations of $\mathrm {GL}(2)$ and local $\epsilon $-factors
- On irreducible representations of ${ m SO}sb {2n+1} imes{ m SO}sb {2m}$
- Invariant Forms for Representations of GL 2 Over a Local Field
- Test vectors for linear forms
- Bessel models for GSp(4)
- On the local Howe duality correspondence
- Some applications of seesaw duality to branching laws
- On a conjecture of Jacquet about distinguished representations of GL(n)
- On certain multiplicity one theorems
- Restrictions of representations of classical groups: examples
- On the Self-Dual Representations of Finite Groups of Lie Type
- A `relative' local Langlands correspondence
- Relating invariant linear form and local epsilon factors via global methods
- Generalised form of a conjecture of Jacquet and a local consequence
- Weil representation, Howe duality, and the theta correspondence
- A brief survey on the theta correspondence
- On the decomposition of a representation of $GL(3)$ restricted to $GL(2)$ over a $P$-adic field
- On the Self-dual Representations of a p-adic Group
- Reduction of homomorphisms mod p and algebraicity
- Bounding the torsion in CM elliptic curves
- DISTINGUISHED REPRESENTATIONS FOR SL(2)
- Ext-analogues of Branching laws
- Some Remarks on Representations of a Division Algebra and of the Galois Group of a Local Field
- Self-dual representations of division algebras and Weil groups: A contrast
- On an extension of a theorem of Tunnell
- Distinguished Representations for Quadratic Extensions
- Hyperbolic unit groups
- Theta correspondence for unitary groups
- Representation Theory of GL ( n ) over Non-Archimedean Local Fields
- Characters of simplylaced nonconnected groups versus characters of nonsimplylaced connected groups
- Dimension of zero weight space: An algebro-geometric approach
- Invariant linear forms for representations of GL 2 over a local field
- Lifting orthogonal representations to spin groups and local root numbers
- Branching laws for classical groups: the non-tempered case
- ON THE GLOBAL ROOT NUMBERS OF GL(n)× GL(m)
- Kirillov theory for ${\rm GL}\sb 2(\mathscr {D})$ where $\mathscr {D}$ is a division algebra over a non-Archimedean local field
- Tate Cycles on a Product of Two Hilbert Modular Surfaces
- On an Archimedean analogue of Tate's conjecture
- A local-global question in automorphic forms
- Symplectic models for Unitary groups
- The space of degenerate Whittaker models for general linear groups over a finite field
- Relative Aspects in Representation Theory, Langlands Functoriality and Automorphic Forms
- A refined notion of arithmetically equivalent number fields, and curves with isomorphic Jacobians
- On a duality theorem of Schneider–Stuhler
- Multiplicity upon restriction to the derived subgroup
- Distinguished representations for $\mathrm{SL}(n)$
- Generalizing the MVW involution, and the contragredient
- On the cuspidality criterion for the Asai transfer to GL ( 4 )
- Extending local representations to global representations
- The space of degenerate Whittaker models for GL ( 4 ) over p-adic fields
- Generic representations for symmetric spaces
- EXTENSIONS OF REPRESENTATIONS OF p-ADIC GROUPS
- Half the sum of positive roots, the Coxeter element, and a theorem of Kostant
- An analogue of a conjecture of Mazur a question in Diophantine approximation on tori
- BRANCHING LAWS : THE NON-TEMPERED CASE
- Multiplicity formula for restriction of representations of ̃₂() to ̃₂()
- On the restriction of cuspidal representations to unipotent elements
- Cohomological representations for real reductive groups
- Reducible principal series representations, and Langlands parameters for real groups
- Trilinear forms for GL(2) of a local field and ε-factors
- Multiplicities under basechange: finite field case
- Notes on modular representations of $p$-adic groups, and the Langlands correspondence
- On the contragredient
- On the Steinitz module and capitulation of ideals
- ON THE SELF-DUAL REPRESENTATIONS OF DIVISION ALGEBRAS OVER LOCAL FIELDS
- Euler-Poincaré Characteristic for the Oscillator Representation
- Notes on Central Extensions
- Reduction of abstract homomorphisms of lattices mod p and rigidity
- A mod-p Artin–Tate conjecture, and generalizing the Herbrand–Ribet theorem
- A Report on Artin’s Holomorphy Conjecture
- Multiplicities for tensor products on Special linear versus Classical groups
- Symplectic root numbers of two-dimensional Galois representations : an interpretation
- Relations between cusp forms sharing Hecke eigenvalues
- Distinguished representations for quadratic extensions of finite fields
- Lectures On Algebraic Number Theory
- Notes on representations of finite groups of Lie type
- MULTIPLICITY FORMULA FOR RESTRICTION OF REPRESENTATIONS OF G̃L2(F ) TO S̃L2(F ) SHIV PRAKASH PATEL AND DIPENDRA PRASAD
- Multiplicity formula for restriction of representations of $\widetilde{{\rm GL}}_{2}(E)$ to $\widetilde{{\rm SL}}_{2}(E)$
- The Main Theorem of Complex Multiplication
- Contributions to algebraic number theory from India : From independence to late 90’s
- BESSEL MODELS FOR GSp ( 4 ) : BACKGROUND AND MOTIVATION
- Contributions to Algebraic Number Theory from India
- Lectures on Tate ’ s thesis
- RESTRICTIONS OF REPRESENTATIONS OF CLASSICAL GROUPS: EXAMPLES WEE TECK GAN, BENEDICT H. GROSS AND DIPENDRA PRASAD
- SOME REMARKS ON REPRESENTATIONS OF QUATERNION DIVISION ALGEBRAS
- Extensions of representations of p-adic groups
- Homological duality for covering groups of reductive $p$-adic groups
- A character relationship on $GL_n$
- R T ] 3 0 Se p 20 04 ON CERTAIN MULTIPLICITY ONE THEOREMS
- A character relationship between symmetric group and hyperoctahedral group
- Comparison of germ expansion¶on inner forms of GL(n)
- Relating Tate-Shafarevich group of an elliptic curve with class group.
- The legacy of Srinivasa Ramanujan : proceedings of an international conference in celebration of the 125th anniversary of Ramanujan's birth : University of Delhi, 17-22 December 2012
- A character relationship on GLn(ℂ)
- Pacific Journal of Mathematics THETA CORRESPONDENCE FOR UNITARY GROUPS
- Pacific Journal of Mathematics THETA CORRESPONDENCE FOR UNITARY GROUPS
- Restriction of representations of metaplectic GL2(F) to tori
- The Space of DegenerateWhittaker Models for General Linear Groups over a Finite Field
- Automorphic representations and L-functions : proceedings of the International Colloquium, Mumbai 2012
- A Cauchy-Schwarz inequality for representations of SU(2)
- The Main Theorem of Complex Multiplication 1

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