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Hypergeometric sheaves for classical groups via geometric Langlands

  title={Hypergeometric sheaves for classical groups via geometric Langlands},
  author={Masoud Kamgarpour and Daxin Xu and Lingfei Yi},
In a previous paper, the first and third authors gave an explicit realization of the geometric Langlands correspondence for hypergeometric sheaves, considered as GLn-local systems. Certain hypergeometric local systems admit a symplectic or orthogonal structure, which can be viewed as Ǧ-local systems, for a classical group Ǧ. This article aims to realize the geometric Langlands correspondence for these Ǧ-local systems. We study this problem from two aspects. In the first approach, we define the… 
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