Robert P. Langlands

\(O\)-expansion and weighted orbital integrals

Author: 
Jean-Pierre Labesse
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friday

A succinct biography

Author: 
Robert P. Langlands
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Miscellaneous

Properties of the truncation operator

Author: 
Robert Langlands
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friday

Mathematical retrospections

Author: 
Robert P. Langlands
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Miscellaneous

Preparation for the coarse \(\chi\)-expansion I. Statement of Lemmas

Author: 
Robert Langlands
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friday

Interview with Stéphane Durand from Québec Science, May, 2000

Author: 
Robert P. Langlands
Journal
Journal: 

Québec Science

Year: 
2000
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Miscellaneous



Pour la science

Author: 
Robert P. Langlands
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Une façon de faire la théorie des nombres

Year: 
2007
Keywords: 
Miscellaneous

Author's comments: The following article appeared in novembre, 2007 in the popular scientific review, Pour la Science, but in a version slightly revised by the editors and their consultants for expository purposes and with diagrams added. I am sure the revised form is indeed easier for a layman to understand, but some assessments were added that are not mine. Rather than interfere with the editors' difficult task of turning arcane material into something meaningful to their readers, I let the revised version stand. I wished, nevertheless, to make my own version available as well. There are many imaginative diagrams in the version published and I urge the curious reader to look at it if possible. Unfortunately, it does not seem to be available on line.

I am grateful to Claude Levesque for a close, critical reading of the article.


Preparation for the coarse \(\chi\)-expansion. Proof of the Lemmas

Author: 
Robert Langlands
Keywords: 
friday

Robert Langlands in 1967

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Miscellaneous



(Photograph taken in application
for a Turkish visa)


Interview with Farzin Barekat for the University of British Columbia

Author: 
Robert P. Langlands
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Miscellaneous

Authors's comments: These are my responses to questions of Farzin Barekat, a graduate student at the University of British Columbia, where I was an undergraduate student for four years and a graduate student for one year. The questions and my responses were transmitted electronically. An abbreviated version of my responses will be published in a newsletter of the mathematics department of the university. The longer version is likely to be of interest only to a very limited circle, those curious about undergraduate mathematics education in Canada in the fifties of the last century.

 

 



 

 



"Cityscape sunset" by Zoe Isabelle Côté (with the permission of the artist)

 


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