Magee, Michael (2022) 'Random Unitary Representations of Surface Groups I: Asymptotic expansions.', Communications in Mathematical Physics, 391 (1). pp. 119-171.
In this paper, we study random representations of fundamental groups of surfaces into special unitary groups. The random model we use is based on a symplectic form on moduli space due to Atiyah, Bott and Goldman. Let Σg denote a topological surface of genus g≥2. We establish the existence of a large n asymptotic expansion, to any fixed order, for the expected value of the trace of any fixed element of π1(Σg) under a random representation of π1(Σg) into SU(n). Each such expected value involves a contribution from all irreducible representations of SU(n). The main technical contribution of the paper is effective analytic control of the entire contribution from irreducible representations outside finite sets of carefully chosen rational families of representations.
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|Date accepted:||30 November 2021|
|Date deposited:||07 February 2022|
|Date of first online publication:||31 December 2021|
|Date first made open access:||07 February 2022|
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