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### Sum of products of p-th powers of roots of 1 and monomial symmetric functions

Hello mathematicians,
i'm looking for explicit computations of expressions like
$$
\sum_{\substack{0\leq i,j,k<n\\i\neq j\neq k \neq i}}\zeta_n^{ip^{k_1}+jp^{k_2}+kp^{k_3}}
$$
and its ...

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### Picking $n$ so that certain Schur functors of the standard representation of $S_n$ are linearly independent

Let $V_n$ be the standard permutation representation of the symmetric group $S_n$, and let $\mathbb{S}_{\lambda}$ denote the Schur functor associated to the partition $\lambda$.
Let $\lambda$ range ...

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### Heisenberg algebra from Pieri operators and their transposes?

Let $Symm$ be the vector space with basis $(b_\lambda)$ given by the
set of all partitions $\lambda$ (of all natural numbers), thought
of as Young diagrams. Let $e_i$ be
the degree $i$ Pieri operator ...

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### Characterizing intersection of zero sets of elementary symmetric polynomials on R^n

Stated simply, the question is:
Consider two elementary symmetric polynomials $\sigma_{k}$ and $\sigma_{k+1}$ on $\mathbb{R}^{n}$ with zero sets $U_{k}$ and $U_{k+1}$. Let $V_{i_{1}i_{2}\dotsb ...

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### Convolution on symmetric group Sn

I have question regarding convolution of functions (say
g and h) defined on Sn. In Fourier space this is equivalent to IFT(G.H),
where G = FT(g) and H = FT(h).
Fast Fourier transforms (Clausen's FFT) ...

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### Restriction from $\mathfrak{gl}_{2n}$ to $\mathfrak{sp}_{2n}$

Hi,
I am faced with a finite-dimensional representation $V$ of $\mathfrak{gl}_{2n}$, whose character I know. I know how to use this character to determine the irreducibles for $\mathfrak{gl}_{2n}$ ...

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### Sym(V ⊕ ∧² V) isomorphic to direct sum of all Schur functors of V

Let $V$ be a finite-dimensional $K$-vector space. Then, the symmetric power $\mathrm{Sym}\left(V\oplus \wedge^2 V\right)$ is isomorphic to the direct sum of all Schur functors applied to $V$ (each one ...

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### A conjecture of parallelogram inside convex and central symmetric curve

Assume Q is a convex central symmetric curve, whose area is $\displaystyle S$. The area of the maximum parallelogram inside Q is $\displaystyle S'$.
How to prove the conjecture that $\displaystyle ...

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### some rational functions over a field of characteristic 2

I would like to know what are the formal power series $$f(t) = \sum_a \omega_a t^{-a}$$ over an algebraicially closed field of characteristic 2, with two properties: (1) The series represents a ...

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### Are the Schur functions the minimal basis of the ring of symmetric functions with the following properties?

Let $\Lambda$ denote the ring of symmetric functions in variables $x_1,x_2,\dots$ and with coefficients in $\mathbf{Q}$. Then $\Lambda$ is freely generated as an $\mathbf{Q}$-algebra by ...

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### Symmetric functions in type B and type D

It is well known that the symmetric groups have a very nice and explicit representation theory. This is in particular true when one works with the collection of all symmetric groups simultaneously, in ...

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### Expressing power sum symmetric polynomials in terms of lower degree power sums

Is there an explicit formula expressing the power sum symmetric polynomials
$$p_k(x_1,\ldots,x_N)=\sum\nolimits_{i=1}^N x_i^k = x_1^k+\cdots+x_N^k$$
of degree $k$ in $N < k$ variables entirely ...

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### Symmetric polynomials theorem

Hello all, I would appreciate comments on the following question:
A main theorem of symmetric functions might be formulated: Let k be a field of char. 0. Then $k[x_1,...,x_n]^{S_n} = ...

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### Hankel determinants of symmetric functions

The starting point is that it is known that the Hankel determinants for the Catalan sequence give the number of nested sequences of Dyck paths. I would like to promote this to symmetric functions.
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### Can the Jacobi-Trudi identity be understood as a BGG resolution?

The thought process that led me to this question is that the identity
$$ \left(\prod_i \frac1{1-x_i}\right)\left(\prod_i {1-x_i}\right)=1$$
can be understood as expressing exactness of the Koszul ...

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### What role does Cauchy's determinant identity play in combinatorics?

When studying representation theory, special functions or various other topics one is very likely to encounter the following identity at some point:
$$\det \left(\frac{1}{x _i+y _j}\right) _{1\le i,j ...

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### When the splitting fields of shifted generic polynomials are linearly disjoint?

Let me start by rigorously pose my question.
Let $K$ be an algebraically closed field of characteristic $2$, let $n$ be an even integer number, let $f(X) = X^n + T_1 X^{n-1} + \cdots + T_n$, be the ...

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### Is there a known formula for the number of SSYT of given shape with partition type?

Let $s_{\lambda}$ and $m_{\lambda}$ be the Schur and monomial symmetric functions indexed by an integer partition $\lambda$ ($\ell(\lambda)$ is the number of parts of $\lambda$ and $m_i(\lambda)$ is ...

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### Can you find linear recurrence relation for dimensions of invariant tensors?

Let $V$ be a finite dimensional highest weight representation of a (semi)-simple Lie algebra. For each $n\ge 0$ take $a_n$ to be the dimension of the space of invariant tensors in $\otimes^n V$.
In ...

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### Jack polynomials as determinants

Jack symmetric polynomials are known to be generalizations of Schur functions $\chi_\lambda$, for which powerful Weyl determinant formulas are known.
Are there any generalizations of two determinant ...

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### Generalizations of generators / hyperplanes descriptions for cones to partially-ordered fields?

Background: given a finite-dimensional real vector space V of dimension d, I can define a pointed cone in two ways: either as a set of the form $\{r_1v_1 + \cdots + r_nv_n \mid r_1, \dots, r_n \in ...

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### Specializations of Schur functions at consecutive integers

Given a partition λ = (λ1, λ2, ..., λn) denote with sλ the associated Schur function.
There exists a nice product formula for the principal specializations:
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