By Joseph Bernstein, Stephen Gelbart, S.S. Kudla, E. Kowalski, E. de Shalit, D. Gaitsgory, J.W. Cogdell, D. Bump

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Vim it < < in} is a basis of C(V). Hence Co(V) is spanned over F by vi1 . vim (m : even), and generated by vivj as an algebra. , im I it < < im}, we put v(S) = vii vi_ E For a subset S = {il, C(V). Then we see, by virtue of (1) Proof. For xi, I (3) t (-1)'v(S)vi (-1)m-lv(S)vi vivS ( if i v S, if i E S. xsv(S) (xs E F) is in the centre of C(V). Suppose that x = Then, comparing coefficients of v(T), T = {Ii < < im} in the equation Esc{1.... ,n} vix = xvi, we have (-1)'-lXT\{i} = xT\{i} if iET, (-1)mxTU{i} = xTU{i} if i V T.

Suppose c V (F')2; then (d, c) = 1 ford E F" if and only if dx2 + cy2 = z2 has a non-trivial solution x, y, z E F, where x # 0. dx2 = (z + (z - Vcy) means that d E N := NEIF(E) for a quadratic extension E = F(fc). Thus (d, c) = 1 if and only if d E N. Therefore (3) is valid if a or b E N, since N is a group. It remains to show that ab E N for a, b N. To do it, we have only to prove [F" : N] < 2. 3, we have only to show [N: (F')2] > 2 or 4 according to p > 2 or p = 2, respectively. Suppose p > 2; then -c E N is clear.

Then we have C°={xECI x2EF, x¢F}U{0}. Proof. Put x = a° + E31 aixi, ai E F. Then, putting x° := 1, we have 3 a? X2 + E aiaj(xixj + xjxi) x2 = i=0 i