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10. To prove (iii) we show that the operators Cn (ν) are all scalar multiples of the identity. Because of (i) we need only show that every linear transformation of X which commutes with all the operators Cn (ν) is a scalar. Suppose T is such an operator. If ϕ belongs to V let Tϕ be the function from F × to X defined by T ϕ(a) = T ϕ(a) . Observe that T ϕ is still in V . This is clear if ϕ belongs to V0 and if ϕ = π(w)ϕ0 we see on examining the Mellin transforms of both sides that T ϕ = π(w)T ϕ0 .
It has however yet to be proved for the special representa1/2 −1/2 tions. Any special representation σ is of the form σ(µ1 , µ2 ) with µ1 = χαF and µ2 = χαF . The −1 −1 contragredient representation of σ is σ(µ2 , µ1 ). This choice of µ1 and µ2 is implicit in the following proposition. 6 W (σ, ψ) is the space of functions W = WΦ in W (µ1 , µ2 ; ψ) for which Φ(x, 0) dx = 0. 18 will be valid if we set L(s, σ) = L(s, σ) = 1 and ε(s, σ, ψ) = ε(s, µ1 , ψ) ε(s, µ2 , ψ) when χ is ramiﬁed and we set L(s, σ) = L(s, µ1 ), L(s, σ) = L(s, µ−1 2 ), and ε(s, σ, ψ) = ε(s, µ1 , ψ) ε(s, µ2 , ψ) L(1 − s, µ−1 1 ) L(s, µ2 ) when χ is unramiﬁed.
If we could prove the existence of a scalar λ such that L(ϕ) = λϕ(1) it would follow that Aϕ(a) = λϕ(a) for all a such that Aϕ = λϕ. This equality of course implies the theorem. Observe that L π 1 x 0 1 ϕ =π 1 x 0 1 Aϕ(1) = ψ(x)L(ϕ). 1) Thus we need the following lemma. 1) there is a scalar λ such that L(ϕ) = λϕ(1). This is a consequence of a slightly different lemma. 3 Suppose L is a linear functional on the space S(F × ) of locally constant compactly supported functions on F × such that L ξψ 1 0 x 1 ϕ = ψ(x) L(ϕ) for all ϕ in S(F × ) and all x in F .