Algebraic combinatorics and coinvariant spaces by Francois Bergeron

By Francois Bergeron

Written for graduate scholars in arithmetic or non-specialist mathematicians who desire to research the fundamentals approximately the most vital present study within the box, this ebook offers a thorough, but available, advent to the topic of algebraic combinatorics. After recalling simple notions of combinatorics, illustration concept, and a few commutative algebra, the most fabric offers hyperlinks among the examine of coinvariant or diagonally coinvariant areas and the learn of Macdonald polynomials and similar operators. this offers upward thrust to a great number of combinatorial questions on the subject of items counted through commonplace numbers equivalent to the factorials, Catalan numbers, and the variety of Cayley timber or parking services. the writer bargains rules for extending the idea to different households of finite Coxeter teams, in addition to permutation teams.

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We also get the first line [1, 3, 4, 7, 9] of the corresponding Q-tableau by reading the labels that appear at the top. 7) holds for first lines of the respective tableaux. Second part. 9) that have been introduced in the first part. These correspond to values that have been bumped to higher rows. Remaining parts. We keep on going until we have obtained all rows of the tableaux P and Q. Exercise. Generalize Viennot’s shadow construction to the context of biletter words and pairs of semi-standard tableaux.

Just for this, we denote by coch(u) this sum of letters, and call it the cocharge of the word u. Row Decomposition Consider an alphabet A with a total order on the letters (for example, {1, 2, . . , n} with its usual order). , a1 ≤ a2 ≤ · · · ≤ am . The row decomposition of a word u is the unique decomposition of u as a product of maximal nondecreasing words: u = w(1) w(2) · · · w(k) . 9. Words 29 Each w(i) is said to be a row of u. Thus, the row w(i) is a nondecreasing word whose last letter is larger than the first letter of the next row w(i+1) , 1 ≤ i ≤ k − 1.

Observe that it may happen that words appear with multiplicity in a shuffle product. For instance, 12 12 = 2 · 1212 + 4 · 1122. In a word of the form w = uvt, we say that u, v, and t are respectively a prefix , a factor, and a suffix of the word w. Notice that we have not excluded the possibility that one or more of these is the empty word. If the alphabet is ordered, just as for permutations we can define for words the notions of descent, inversion, major index , etc. 9 The underlying field is most often Q, but we leave open the possibility of considering other characteristic 0 fields.

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