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An indecomposable module VΛ,t for K as above is q-pure of weight j, or simply pure, if (i) the eigenvalues of Φ in VΛ,t are q-Weil numbers, and (ii) w(Λ) = t + j. By the argument at the end of the previous subsection, changing Φ will change the eigenvalues of Λ(Φ) only by roots of unity, and hence both conditions are independent of the choice of Φ. Also, an indecomposable VΛ,t is qK -pure of weight j if and only if, for each ﬁnite extension L of K, the restriction VΛ,t |L of VΛ,t to W DL ⊆ W DK is qL -pure of (the same) weight j.

HECKE ALGEBRA OF A REDUCTIVE p-ADIC GROUP 31 This is a parametrization of IrrI (G) by the C-points in a complex aﬃne algebraic variety (with several components). This parametrization is not quite canonical: it depends on the speciﬁc ﬁnite sequence of elementary steps (and ﬁltrations) connecting Hi (G) to O(L T 0 /Wf ). This parametrization will assign to each ω ∈ IrrI (G) a pair (s, γ) with s ∈L T 0 , γ a Wf -conjugacy class. More generally, the conjecture leads to a parametrization of Irr(G) by the C-points in a complex aﬃne locally algebraic variety (with countably many components).

The Iwahori ideal in H(PGL(n)) Let G = PGL(n), let T be its standard maximal torus. Let W := X∗ (T ) Wf . Then L G0 = SL(n, C) is the Langlands dual group. Its maximal torus will be denoted L T 0 . The discrete group W is an extended Coxeter group: W = s 1 , s 2 , . . , sn Z/nZ where Z/nZ permutes cyclically the generators s1 , . . , sn . We have H(W, qF ) = H(G//I). The symmetric group Wf = Sn acts on L T 0 by permuting coordinates, and we form the quotient variety L T 0 /Sn . Let i ∈ B(G) be determined by the cuspidal pair (T, 1).