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References for crystal bases and Demazure modules in representation theory

I was wondering what are some standard general references/books/survey articles about: (1) crystal bases, and string parameterizations and (2) Demazure modules, and Schubert varieties (containing ...
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Are Strata of the affine Grassmannian total spaces of equivariant vector bundles over flag varieties

This question is closely related to Peter Crooks question. Strata of the Affine Grassmannian Let $G$ be a complex reductive group, $\mathcal{K}:= \mathbb{C}((t))$, $\mathcal{O}:= \mathbb{C}[[t]]$ and ...
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Introductory References for Geometric Representation Theory

Would anyone be able to recommend text books that give an introduction to Geometric Representation Theory and survey papers that give an outline of the work that has been done in the field? I'm ...
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Equivariant J-function of Laumon space

Let $G=SL(n)$ and $B$ be the Borel subgroup of $G$. $G/B$ is the complete flags variety $0\subset V_1 \subset \cdots \subset V_n=\mathbb{C}^n$. The Laumon space is the space ...
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Characteristic Classes in Geometric Representation Theory

Geometric respectively topological methods are widely applied in representation theory. As far as I know mainly cohomological methods are used. I wonder if there are concrete applications of the ...
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About the pro-algebraic group structure of $G(\mathbb{C}[[t]])$

I hope this is not too elementary! Let $G$ be a algebraic reductive group over $\mathbb{C}$. The group $G(\mathbb{C}[[t]])$ can be given the structure of a pro algebraic group as follows. Let $l\in ...
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When representation of two different coadjoint orbits are equivalent?

Let $G$ be a compact connected Lie group and $\mu:T\to S^1$ be a representation of a maximal torus $T \subset G$ and $\lambda=d\mu$ be a weight for some $\lambda\in\mathfrak{t}^*$ (where ...
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A question on algebraic loop groops

Setup: Let $\mathcal{K}=\mathbb{C}((t))$, $\mathcal{O}:= \mathbb{C}[[t]]$ and $G$ be a reductive algebraic group (over $\mathbb{C}$). Let further $\mathcal{K}_n$ denote the $\mathcal{O}$-ideal in ...
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Stalks of intersection cohomology complexes of Schubert varieties and Bruhat order

All varieties are over $\mathbb{C}$. Let $G$ be a connected reductive group, $B\subseteq G$ a Borel subgroup. Let $O_w$ be a $B$-orbit in $G/B$. I.e., $O_w$ is a Bruhat cell. In particular, it is ...
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Restriction to Levi Subgroups and the Affine Grassmannian

Let $G$ be a complex reductive group, $L\subset G$ a Levi subgroup and $Rep(G)$ the category of rational representations of $G$. My Question: What is the geometric analogue of the restriction ...
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Derived Push-Forward of Morphism of Perverse Sheaves and Translation Functors

I hope this question is not too vague. Let $G$ be a complex reductive group, $B$ a Borel subgroup of $G$, and $P$ a parabolic containing $B$. Denote by $\pi:G/B\to G/P$ the canonical map. Consider ...
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Kazhdan-Lusztig Polynomials and Intersection Cohomology

I hope this question has not been asked before. I would like to know which Ideas led (Deligne), Kazhdan and Lusztig believe, that Kazhdan–Lusztig polynomials can be expressed via intersection ...
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Dimension of orbits in affine Grassmanian

Let $\mathcal{K} = \mathbb{C}((t)), \mathcal{O}=\mathbb{C}[[t]]$, $G$ be a reductive group, and $\text{Gr}_G=G(\mathcal{K})/G(\mathcal{O})$; there is a left action of $G(\mathcal{O})$ on ...
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A question about equivariant derived categories and [BBD]

Let $G$ be an algebraic group (over $\mathbb{C}$) acting algebraically on a variety $X$. Bernstein and Lunts then define in [BL94] the equivariant derived category $D^b_G(X,\mathbb{C})$ (of ...
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Reference request: Affine Grassmannian and G-bundles

Let $G$ be an affine algebraic group over an algebraically closed field $k$ of zero characteristic. The set of cosets $X_G=G(k((t))/G(k[[t]])$ is called the Affine Grassmannian of $G$ and can be given ...
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motivating geometric representation theory

I am wondering if there is a good motivation for geometric representation theory from within the questions of classical representation theory. In other words, I'd be curious to see something using ...
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Why are the holomorphic line bundle sections finite dimensional?

I'm trying to understand the Borel--Weil theorem at the moment (not the whole Bott--Borel--Weil theorem as has been asked elsewhere). However, I am having a little difficulty finding a direct proof, ...
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Around the socle filtration of a Verma module

Work in the context of a finite dimensional simple Lie algebra over $\mathbb{C}$. Write $W$ for the Weyl group and $\leq$ for the Bruhat order. For $w\in W$ let $\Delta_w$ denote the Verma module of ...
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Morphisms between Verma modules

Let $\mathcal{O}_0$ be the principal block of the BGG category $\mathcal{O}$ for a finite dimensional simple Lie algebra over $\mathbb{C}$. For an element $w$ in the Weyl group $W$, let $\Delta_w$ ...
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Smoothness properties of the Springer fiber

The Springer fiber, recall, is defined (briefly) with reference to a chosen unipotent matrix $U \in \mathrm{GL}_n$, and consists of all flags $0 = F_0 \subset F_1 \subset \dots \subset F_n = ...
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What is the significance that the Springer resolution is a moment map?

Let $\mathcal{B}$ be the flag variety and $\mathcal{N} \subset \mathfrak{g}$ is the nilpotent cone. We know that the Springer resolution $$ \mu: T^*\mathcal{B}\rightarrow \mathcal{N} $$ is the moment ...
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Is the Springer resolution a blow-up?

Let's consider the Springer resolution of the nilpotent cone $\mathcal{N}$ of a complex semisimple Lie algebra $\mathfrak{g}$, which is $$ \widetilde{\mathcal{N}}=T^*\mathcal{B}\rightarrow ...
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What kind of algebra has geometric realization as in “Geometric Methods in Representation Theory of Hecke Algebras and Quantum Groups”

In Chriss and Ginzburg's book "Representation Theory and Complex Geometry" as well as the paper "Geometric Methods in Representation Theory of Hecke Algebras and Quantum Groups", the group algebra ...
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Action of $F_4$ on generalized flag manifolds

Does there exist (as elementary as possible) a generalized flag manifold (e.g. sphere, projective space, Grassmanian, etc.) of a simple classical Lie group (SL, SO or Sp over real or complex field), ...
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How nice are representation varieties of Fuchsian groups?

Background Let $S_{g,n}$ be an oriented surface of genus $g$, with $n$ punctures. We explicitly prohibit the non-hyperbolic cases: $g=0$, $n=0,1,2$. $g=1$, $n=0$. Let $\Gamma$ be the fundamental ...
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Quiver varieties and the affine Grassmannian

Recently I was watching a talk: http://media.cit.utexas.edu/math-grasp/Ben_Webster.html and at the end the lecturer gave a correspondence (I was having trouble with subscripts so changed the notation ...
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Hirzebruch-Riemann-Roch for quiver varieties?

These days, I attended a workshop at North Carolina State University. The key lecturer is Professor Nakajima. He introduced two types of quiver variety. One of them is affine, another one is ...
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Is there a good account of D-affinity and localization theorem for partial flag varieties?

Recall that a topological space is called $A$-affine for a sheaf of algebras $A$ if taking global sections of coherent sheaves of $A$-modules is an equivalence of categories to finitely generated ...
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How many ways are there to globalize Harish Chandra modules?

Suppose $G$ a reductive Lie group with finitely many connected components, and suppose in addition that the connected component $G^0$ of the identity can be expressed as a finite cover of a linear Lie ...
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Can the Quantum Torus be realized as a Hall Algebra?

Background The Quantum Torus Let $q$ be an arbitrary complex number, and define (the algebra of) the quantum torus to be $$T_q:=\mathbb{C}\langle x^{\pm 1},y^{\pm 1}\rangle/xy-qyx$$ For $q=1$, this ...
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Weil's theorem about maps from a discrete group to a Lie group.

Let K be a group (with discrete topology), G be a Lie group. Let $\operatorname{Hom}(K,G)$ be the space of all group homomorphisms from K to G. This is a closed subvariety of the space of all the maps ...
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Is there Grothendieck Riemann Roch for abelian category?

From the answers in noncommutative algebraic geometry, one can take abelian category as a scheme(commutative or noncommutative). So I wonder whether anyone ever developed the Grothendieck Riemann Roch ...
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What is the Hirzebruch-Riemann-Roch formula for the flag variety of a Lie algebra?

If we have a finite dimensional Lie algebra g, then the flag variety of g is a projective scheme. My question is what is Hirzebruch-Riemann-Roch formula for this projective scheme? Are there any ...
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Can one calculate Ext's between microlocalized perverse sheaves/D-modules using topology?

So, I know one really good technique for calculating Ext's between perverse sheaves/D-modules using topology: the convolution algebra formalism, worked out in great detail in the book of Chriss and ...
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Explanation for Satake correspondence

Some time ago I was told there's an interesting classical Satake correspondence which I will write as $$[\mathop{\mathrm{disk}} \Rightarrow G] \\,\backslash\\, [\mathop{\mathrm{disk}^\times} ...
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Beilinson-Bernstein and Koszul duality

For geometric representation theorists down here. Consider the Beilinson-Bernstein theorem: Functor of global sections establishes the correspondence between twisted D-modules with fixed ...
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How to understand character sheaves

There's a well-known series of articles by Lusztig about Character Sheaves. They have important connections to many things in (geometric) representation theory, e.g. 0904.1247 How to understand these ...