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As,a consequence the walls of &+ are contained in the null spaces of the simple roots. t = aEA+ qa+Bl the sum %a is a nilpotent sub Lie algebra of OJ and N sub Lie group of G. n with uniquely determined k E K , a E A, n E N, depending smoothly on x (Iwasawa decomposition). a. More importantly A is a continuous linear map: E' ( K \ G / K ) homomorphism with respect to convolution and it maps to W-invariant distributions on oi. The deepest result however, on the proof of which we shall comment later,is that A actually is an isomorphism: + + Cz(W) 30 H.
2. Harish-Chandra's assptotics. k2 -+ X (kl,k2 E K,X E m+) defines a fibration a + from an open dense subset U of G to OL I if f E C"(ot+) then a*f is a spherical function on U. For any differential operator D on G I + D(a*f)I + is a differential operator onot , called the radial M part Drad of D. 1) J f(x)dx = J A(X). 2) A(X) = const. II (f(ea (X)-e-a (X)) ) c i a + and following Gangolli  it turns out to be somewhat more convenient to work with Then D + 6 is a homomorphism from Diff (S)G to the algebra of + differential operators on m with smooth coefficients, the conjugation with the factor A' makes that also D* = ( 6 ) * so in particular symmetric operators get mapped to symmetric operators.
Analytical and Numerical Approaches to Asymptotic Problems in Analysis, Proceedings ofthe Conference on Analytical and Numerical Approachesto Asymptotic Problems by O. Axelsson, L.S. Frank and A. Van Der Sluis (Eds.)