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Lectures: A. Auslander, R. Tolimeri: Nilpotent teams and abelian varieties.- M Cowling: Unitary and uniformly bounded representations of a few basic Lie groups.- M. Duflo: building de representations unitaires d’un groupe de Lie.- R. Howe: On a inspiration of rank for unitary representations of the classical groups.- V.S. Varadarajan: Eigenfunction expansions of semisimple Lie groups.- R. Zimmer: Ergodic concept, workforce representations and rigidity.- Seminars: A. Koranyi: a few purposes of Gelfand pairs in classical research.

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