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Jun 22 |
awarded | Nice Answer |
Nov 8 |
awarded | Yearling |
Jun 25 |
awarded | Revival |
May 1 |
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Notation for substructure, especially for permutations?
Have your read the first chapter of Kleshchev's "Linear and projective representations of symmetric groups"? This reminds me of ideas of Okounkov & Vershik front.math.ucdavis.edu/0503.5040. |
May 1 |
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Projective modules over Lie (super) algebras
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May 1 |
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Plethysm of $\mathrm{QSym}$ into $\mathrm{QSym}$: can it be defined?
Well, $f\circ(g+h)=\sum(f_{(1)}\circ g)(h\circ f_{(2)}$ fixes this, and seems like a more natural formula anyway. |
Apr 27 |
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permutation representation of $S_n$
This is precisely the construction I linked to above. |
Apr 25 |
revised |
Projective modules over Lie (super) algebras
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Apr 24 |
answered | Projective modules over Lie (super) algebras |
Apr 22 |
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Projective modules over Lie (super) algebras
Do I understand correctly that $G_0$ is just a finite dimensional Lie algebra? |
Apr 16 |
answered | permutation representation of $S_n$ |
Apr 11 |
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Name for algebra and its tensor products
I don't know if this is helpful, but when $n=2$, $U_1$ can be written in terms of $U_0$, so we can regard the algebra as a quotient of a polynomial algebra: $k[x]/\langle x(x^3-4x^2+2x-1)\rangle$. Perhaps it would be easier for someone to recognize this algebra. |
Apr 9 |
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Name for algebra and its tensor products
How do I interpret your relation when $j=1$ or $n$? |
Mar 11 |
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Why are there two Hopf algebra structures on a Kac--Moody Algebra.
Chari-Pressley's text is good. |
Mar 5 |
answered | character formula for demazure modules |
Feb 26 |
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Reference request on symmetric polynomials
Doesn't setting $x_j=-1$ just change the coefficient of $e_{k-1}$ to $-1$ (same for $e_{n-1}$. In that case, setting one $x_j=-1$ gives you -1 in (1). |
Feb 26 |
answered | Reference request on symmetric polynomials |
Feb 25 |
accepted | A question on Lusztig's `graph with automorphism' construction? |
Feb 25 |
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A question on Lusztig's `graph with automorphism' construction?
Thanks, Peter! Yeah, I guess that is obvious. |
Feb 24 |
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A question on Lusztig's `graph with automorphism' construction?
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