Consider a complex reductive group with Lie algebra , Borel subgroup , and flag variety . The localization theory of Beilinson-Bernstein identifies representations of with global sections of (twisted) D-modules on . In particular, highest weight representations are realized by -equivariant -modules on , or in other words, by -modules on the quotient stack .
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