bezrukav

08:28

We wrote our paper after hearing Drinfeld’s formulation

Roman Travkin

11:07

Shp should be Sph?

Alexander Yom Din

18:56

what is the most pleasant introduction to factorization stuff?

David Yang

24:15

@Tony: This is LS_G(D^*) x_(LS_G(D^*)xLS_G(D^*) LS_G(D)xLS_G(D)

Alexander Yom Din

24:26

@Lin Chen - thank you. and what paper of Sam?

Sam Raskin

42:41

As Dennis say, the two choices are equivalent, but for this problem coinvariants is simpler.

Sam Raskin

42:49

says*

Alexander Braverman

51:40

Is there a way to model N(K) invariants in Dmod(Gr_G) in some finite-dimensional way?

Sam Raskin

52:06

Over a point, it is the same as Iwahori(/its radical)-invariants

Alexander Braverman

53:38

You mean, depending on what kind of condition you put with respect to T(O)?

Justin

55:06

N(K)T(O)-invariants always = I-invariants, here N(K)-invariants also = N_I-invariants but that's special to D(Gr_G)

Alexander Braverman

55:46

By always you mean on any G(K)-category?

Justin

55:48

yes

David Yang

56:10

Justin, do you mean N(K)T_1 invariants instead of N(K)-invariants?

David Yang

56:14

(for your second statement)

Justin

56:30

it's the same, right?

Justin

56:35

on D(Gr_G)

Sam Raskin

57:06

Yes.

David Yang

57:11

Ah, OK, I see

bezrukav

01:41:26

sorry, can someone remind what’s Z?

bezrukav

01:43:07

thnx

David BenZvi

01:51:13

Sounds good