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Number of semi-standard tableau

What is the number of semi-standard tableau (weakly increasing on rows and strictly increasing on columns) for the partition $2n=n+n$ with entries $\{1,2, \cdots ,n\}$ such that each $i$ appears ...
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Constant group scheme and torsors

Let $X$ be a scheme and $G$ a (commutative) constant group scheme. Consider a $G$-torsor $Y$ for $X$, by which I mean that there is a canonical isomorphism: $$g_Y \colon Y \times_X Y \cong Y ...
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Central extensions of SL2(R) by U(1) ?

Can somebody please tell me what are the central extensions of SL2(R) by U(1), that is, what is $H^2(SL2(R), U(1)) $ ? Thank you
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Relation between Different Definitions of Induced Representation

I've seen two different ways to define induced representation. One is as in the book Introduction to representation theory: If $G$ is a group, $H$ is a subgroup of it, and $V$ is a representation of ...
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Dimension of affine Springer fiber and its functor of points as an ind-scheme

Let $k$ be a finite field and let $F = k( (t))$ with ring of integers $\mathfrak{o} = k[ [t]]$. Let $G$ be a connected linear algebraic $k$-group with Lie algebra $\mathfrak{g}$. Suppose that ...
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Jordan decomposition of the tensor product of two matrices

I asked this question on Math.SE here, but did not get a lot of attention. I am interested in the problem of determining the Jordan decomposition of the tensor product of two unipotent matrices over ...
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Automorphisms of generic complete intersections

This question concerns a seemingly folk lore result, which states that automorphism groups of generic complete intersections are trivial, under certain assumptions. To state the question, let $r \geq ...
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What is miraculous about the mirabolic subgroup?

I recently asked this question about Euler subgroups and generalizing the automorphic theory of $\mathrm{GL}_n$ to a more general setting. My question here is more specific. As mentioned there, the ...
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Projection and representation

Suppose that $\rho : G \longrightarrow U_n(\mathbb C)$ is an irreducible representation of group $G$. Suppose that $P$ is a projection of $\mathbb C^n$ into a subspace of small codimension (i.e. of ...
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Which group algebras in analysis are “true group algebras”?

Let $G$ be a group, $A$ a unital associative algebra over ${\mathbb C}$, and let us call a representation of $G$ in $A$ an arbitrary map $\pi:G\to A$ such that $$ \pi(1)=1,\qquad \pi(a\cdot ...
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counting how many boxes from a given Young tableau contribute to hook length made out of two YTs

Think of a Young diagram as a collection of rows with numbers of elements $\mu_1 \geq \mu_2 \geq \cdots \geq \mu_d \geq \mu_{d+1}=0$ (and $\mu_k=0$ for $k>d$) and define for $s=(i,j)$ (where $i$ ...
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Euler Subgroups and Automorphic L-functions

Recently, I have read about the Whittaker expansion for $\mathrm{GL}_n$ and was struck by the utility of the mirabolic subgroup, $\mathrm{P}_n\subset \mathrm{GL}_n$ of matrices with bottom row $(0\; 0 ...
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admissible characters for $PGL_{2}(F)$

What are the irreducible admissible representations of $PGL_{2}(F)$ for $F$ a local nonarchimedean field and do we have formulas for their characters?
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classifying space and cohomology of integer general linear group

I have obtained that the classifying space $$ BGL(\mathbb{R}^n)=BO(\mathbb{R}^n)=G_n(\mathbb{R}^\infty) $$ is the Grassmannian. I have also obtained that the mod 2 cohomology is the polynomial ...
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LS paths construction

Let $W$ be the Weyl group of a simple Lie algebra $\mathfrak L$, and for a dominant weight $\lambda$ denote by $W_{\lambda}$ the stabilizer of $\lambda$ in $W$. Let $\leq$ be the Bruhat order on ...
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symmetric 2-cocycle / many projective representations

Let $G$ be a finite group, $k$ the field of complex numbers. Are there (cohomologically nontrivial) group 2-cocycles $\sigma\in Z^2(G,k^\times)$ such that for all $g,h\in G$: ...
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Is there any Lefschetz-like principle for representations of finite groups?

Representation theory (at least the origin of this terminology) aims to exhibit a model (a represetative) in the group of matrices for an abstract group which is known by only its group law. So ...
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A dual version of a theorem of Øystein Ore in group theory

Let $(H \subset G)$ be an inclusion of finite groups. This post is a dual version for the Generalization of a theorem of Øystein Ore in which it's proved: Theorem: $\mathcal{L}(H\subset G)$ ...
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Signs associated to self-dual simple objects in a fusion category

Every self-dual simple object $X$ in a fusion category can canonically be assigned a number $a$, from its "snake" associator element: The square of $a$ equals Muger's "squared dimension" of $X$, an ...
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Weyl group representation

Let $G$ be a reductive p-adic group. Let $W$ be a weyl group. if $w$, and $w_o \in W$. I want to know in which case we have $w w_o w^{-1}= w_o$ ? in case if $w_o(\theta)=\theta $ where $\theta$ is a ...
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Conjugation of the quotient of $SL(n,\mathbb{C})$ by a finite subgroup

EDITED Let $G={SL}_{n,{\mathbb{C}}}$, the special linear group over ${\mathbb{C}}$. Let $H\subset G$ be a finite subgroup. Set $X=G/H$ be the corresponding homogeneous space, it is a complex variety. ...
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An expectation of the product of random unitaries

I want to find the answer of $$\int dU \ U^m X \ U^{\dagger m}$$ Where $m\in\mathbb{N}$ and $U$'s are unitary matrices in $U(n)$ and $dU$ is a normalized Haar measure. $X$ is a given self-adjoint ...
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“Prime” fusion rings

Surely this concept is known! (But I don't recall seeing it - maybe under another name? But "prime" is the obvious name choice.) Example. Open the Gepner/Kapustin paper at ...
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Expectation of trace of nth power of unitary matrices

I am trying to find the answer of $$\int dU \ |Tr(U^m)|^2$$ where $m\in\mathbb{N}$ and $U$'s are unitary matrices in $\textit{U}(n)$ and $dU$ is a normalized Haar measure. In the case $m=1$, the ...
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How to make the Capelli's identity less mysterious?

The formulation of the Capelli's identity is very elementary; it has important applications in invariant theory and representation theory, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capelli%27s_identity To ...
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An integral with respect to the Haar measure on a unitary group

Let $A,D\in \mathbb{C}^{n \times n}$ be diagonal matrices. I need to calculate $$\int_{U(n)}\det{(A-HDH^\dagger)}\,\mathrm{d}H$$ where $dH$ is the unit invariant Haar measure on the group of unitary ...
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What is the spectrum of $L^1(G:H)$?

Let $H$ be a compact subgroup of a locally compact topological group $G$ and $$ L^1(G:H)=\{f\in L^1(G): R_h f=f\;\text{ a.e. }\; \forall h \in H\}$$ and $\widehat{(G:H)}=\{\xi\in ...
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Isomorphisms of Positive and Negative Spinor Bundles

Here is an extract of the doctoral thesis of C. Lewis under the supervision of D. Joyce (https://people.maths.ox.ac.uk/joyce/theses/LewisDPhil.pdf, 1998): 2.6 Spin Bundles and the Dirac Operator ...
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Continuous-piecewise-linear versus piecewise-linear

Some authors use the term "continuous piecewise-linear" where other authors use the shorter term "piecewise-linear" (with continuity tacit). I'd be interested in people's thoughts about this ...
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Invariant generalized sections of dual vector bundles

Assume X is a real smooth manifold with an action of the real Lie group G. Let E be a G-vector bundle over X. Consider the spaces of generalized sections over X of E, and of E^* (fiberwise dual). My ...
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Is a matrix element of a norm continuous representation always a trigonometric polynomial?

I asked a similar question for the case of compact groups not long ago in math.stackexchange. Now I understand that the answer was "yes", and I want to modify that question. This is also related to my ...
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Trigonometric polynomials on non-compact and non-abelian groups

I asked this initially in math.stackexchange, but it disappeared almost immediately, so I hope it will be proper to aks this here. Hewitt and Ross define trigonometric polynomial on a locally compact ...
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Identity for Power Series and Binomial Coefficients

This question concerns a combinatorial identity obeyed by power series coefficients. Throughout we let $[x^{M}]\{\phi(x)\}$ denote the coefficient of $x^{M}$ in a power series $\phi(x)$. Let $k$ be ...
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Rankin-Selberg convolution and product of degrees

As I'm kinda obsessed with the Selberg class and because of the general converse conjecture, I'm still trying to get a rough idea of what automorphic representations and their L-functions as well as ...
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the number of indecomposable modules of finite groups over finite fields of a fixed dimension

I am interested in determining the the number of indecomposable modules of finite groups over finite fields of a fixed dimension. Specifically, I have the following conjecture: Conjecture. Suppose we ...
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Do the following two filtrations of the affine Grassmannian agree?

Let $H = L^{2}(S^{1},\mathbb{C}^{n})$, $H_{0}\subseteq H$ the subset of maps that extend holomorphically to the unit disc, and $H_{m} = z^{m}H_{0}$. Consider the affine Grassmannian for $GL_{n}$ in ...
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research on the structure/properties of permutation matrix/table with $(i,j)th$ entry as $\pi_j\circ \pi_i^{-1}$

Is there any research on the structure/properties of permutation matrix/table with $(i,j)th$ entry as $\pi_j\circ \pi_i^{-1}$, where $\{\pi_1,\pi_2,...,\pi_{k!}\}=S_k$? I know if we apply the ...
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Global Affine Flag Variety and Affine Flag Variety

There is a construction of a global affine flag variety over $\mathbb{A}^1$ (or another curve) $Fl_{\mathbb{A}_1}$ such that each fiber above $\epsilon \neq 0$ is isomorphic to a direct product of the ...
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Tannakian fundamental group of two explicit tensor categories

Let $K/k$ is a field extension and $G$ an affine group scheme over $K$. What are the Tannakian fundamental groups of these two $k$-tensor categories (with trivial fiber functors over $k$): 1. The ...
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Graph lifts and representation theory

Is there any connection known between the two? One can naturally define lifts of graphs by groups like $\mathbb{Z}_k$ and hence I wonder if representation theoretic properties can be used to say ...
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Mellin transform of Plancherel measure

Let $G$ be a reductive p-adic group with a chosen Haar measure $dg$. The Plancherel measure is the measure $\mu$ on the set of (tempered) irreducible representations of $G$ such that for any locally ...
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Invariant Laurent polynomials under cyclic group action

Start with the cyclic group $G:=\mathbb{Z}/p$ of prime order $p$ and and an integer lattice $P:=\mathbb{Z}^p$. Let $G$ act on $P$ by cyclic permutation of coordinates. There is an induced action on ...
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What is modular representation theory for groups good for?

I am an absolute beginner in modular representation theory of finite groups. I know some things in representation theory in characteristic zero. My questions are regarding the main goals of this part ...
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Explicit Isomorphism between $Cl(8)$ and $\mathbb{R}(16)$

I am looking for a explicit isomorphism between $Cl(8)$ (Clifford algebra over $\mathbb{R}^8$ with standard Euclidean metric) and $\mathbb{R}(16)$ (algebra of $16\times 16$ matrices over ...
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exceptional cases in Kazhdan-Lusztig

The Kazhdan-Lusztig story doesn't apply to the four exceptional cases $(E_6)_1$, $(E_7)_1$, $(E_8)_1$, $(E_8)_2$ (see this earlier question of mine). What's special about those cases?
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Is specht module the intersection of two induced modules?

I heard someone said( maybe Okonov) that specht module is the intersection of two induced modules, but I do not know why.The details of my question is as follows. Let $\lambda\vdash n$ be a partiton, ...
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Number of Irreducible Representations of $U_q(n)$ of Dimension $n$?

For quantum group $U_q(n)$, is it true that it has exactly two non-isomorphic irreducible corepresentations with dimension $n$, and that one is the dual of the other? I know result is in the Chapter ...
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representation of $SO(p)\times SO(q)$ with $p,q$ odd

Assume $p,q$ odd. We denote by $\sigma_p$ the standard representation of $SO(p)$, that is the representation of $SO(p)$ acting on $\mathbf{R}^p$ as matrix. So is $\sigma_q$. Take $K=SO(p)\times ...
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Embedding $G$ in a $Z(G)$ extension of $\operatorname{Aut}G$

This question follows up a question I asked on math.SE. This is a refinement and a reference request. For what groups $G$ does there exist a $Z(G)$-extension of $\operatorname{Aut}G$ (call it ...
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Intersections of $B$ and $B^-$ orbits in the flag variety $G/B$

Let $G = SL_n(\mathbb{C})$, $B$ be a Borel subgroup, and $B^-$ be the opposite Borel. Both the $B$ and $B^-$ orbits on the flag variety $G/B$ are indexed by the Weyl group $W$. Let $S_{w_1}$ and ...