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A general Simonenko local principle and Fredholm condition for isotypical components

  title={A general Simonenko local principle and Fredholm condition for isotypical components},
  author={Alexandre Baldare},
In this paper, we derive, from a general Simonenko’s local principle, Fredholm criteria for restriction to isotypical components. More precisely, we gave a full proof, of the equivariant local principle for restriction to isotypical components of invariant pseudodifferential operators announced in [11]. Furthermore, we extend this result by relaxing the hypothesis made in the preceding quoted paper. 


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