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Bonnafé , Cédric; Kessar , Radha (2008)
Publisher: HAL CCSD
Journal: Journal of Algebra
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: 20G40 (Secondary), 20C20 (Primary), Algebra and Number Theory, Primary 20C20; Secondary 20G40, QA, Gelfand-Graev representations, modular representations, unipotent blocks, [ MATH.MATH-RT ] Mathematics [math]/Representation Theory [math.RT], finite reductive groups, Mathematics - Representation Theory

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arxiv: Mathematics::Representation Theory, Mathematics::Numerical Analysis, Computer Science::Symbolic Computation, Mathematics::Group Theory, Mathematics::Geometric Topology
25 pages; We study the endomorphism algebras of a modular Gelfand-Graev representation of a finite reductive group by investigating modular properties of homomorphisms constructed by Curtis and Curtis-Shoji.