By Bent Orsted
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Joseph [Ma] of these topological spaces. For g semisimple, however, this point of view is not as good. Basically, the greater noncommutativity of g forces discrepancies between these objects, which are a priori unrelated. If we consider that our basic aim is to determine Prim U(g) along with some interesting (for example, unitary) modules, then it will be enough that the orbit method provides a (key) part of Prim U(g). For example, the zero orbit in g* should correspond to the primitive ideals of finite codimension.
N. L e t n e N. If(~ e H o m G ( H I ( / ~ _ n _ 2 ) , H ° ( A n ) ) is nonzero, then I m (1) - - Remark L(An). Similar computations show that we have for each n _> 0 a G- homomorphism ~n" N ° ( A n ) + H I ( A - n - 2 ) given by ~n(Vi) -- (n -- i)! i! Wn_ i. The composite (in either order) of/I/n and 6 On is multiplication by n!. The Borel-Weil-Bott theorem Let c~ be a simple root. 1) where (by abuse of notation) we have written s~ also for a representative for s~ E W in N o ( T ) (note that s ~ B is independent of which representative we choose).
Let uk be the subalgebra of Uk generated by E i , F i , K ~ 1, i U~u~, 1 , . . , n. ) Set Zq -IndcU/-g°A " T h e n Zq is an exact functor, and we have i H~(a) - H i ( U ~ / U [ U ~ °u~= Zq(A)). , Let Lq(#) be a U~U°uk-composition factor of Zq(A). , 0 < #o < l, i 1 , . . , n). 5, we have H i ( U k l U k U ~o k , L q ( ~ ) ) ~ L~ (/_to) @ H i ( #1 ) [l] . 4) gives H i ( p 1 ) = 0 for i > N, and we are done. 6, it is a standard base change argument to derive H~(~)- 0 for ~ni > N. It follows that the vanishing H~(A) - 0 for i > N also holds for q any nonzero element in any field F.
Algebraic and Analytic Methods in Representation Theory by Bent Orsted