By Alexander Schmitt

Affine flag manifolds are limitless dimensional models of widespread gadgets reminiscent of Gra?mann kinds. The booklet positive aspects lecture notes, survey articles, and examine notes - in response to workshops held in Berlin, Essen, and Madrid - explaining the importance of those and comparable items (such as double affine Hecke algebras and affine Springer fibers) in illustration conception (e.g., the idea of symmetric polynomials), mathematics geometry (e.g., the basic lemma within the Langlands program), and algebraic geometry (e.g., affine flag manifolds as parameter areas for primary bundles). Novel features of the speculation of primary bundles on algebraic kinds also are studied within the ebook.

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32 U. G¨ortz The implication ⇒ is called Mazur’s inequality; for GLn the statement above boils down to a version of an inequality considered by Mazur in the study of p-adic estimates of the number of points over a ﬁnite ﬁeld of certain algebraic varieties. It was proved by Rapoport and Richartz [65] for general G. The converse, accordingly called the “converse to Mazur’s inequality” was proved only recently. It was conjectured to hold, and proved for GLn and GSp2g , by Kottwitz and Rapoport [48].

1. If μ is regular, or η2 (x) = w0 , the longest element of W , then dim Xx (b) ≤ d(x). 2. Assume that η(x) ∈ W \ T S WT . If μ is in the very shrunken Weyl chambers or η2 (x) = w0 , then Xx (b) = ∅. 38 U. G¨ortz 3. Let G be a classical group, and let x ∈ Wa be an element of the aﬃne Weyl group such that η(x) ∈ W \ T S WT . If μ is in the very shrunken Weyl chambers or η2 (x) = w0 , then dim Xx (1) = d(x). A crucial ingredient for part 3 is a theorem of He [37] about conjugacy classes in aﬃne Weyl groups.

11. A σ-conjugacy class in G(L) is called basic, if the following equivalent conditions are satisﬁed: 1. , lies in the image of X∗ (Z)Q , where Z ⊆ G is the center of G. 2. The σ-conjugacy class can be represented by an element τ ∈ W with (τ ) = 0. We call an element b ∈ G(L) basic, if its σ-conjugacy class is basic. 1). Looking at σ-conjugacy classes from the point of view of Newton strata in the special ﬁber of a Shimura variety, the basic locus is the unique closed Newton stratum. In the case of the Siegel modular variety, for instance, this is just the supersingular locus.