By Francois Bergeron

ISBN-10: 1568813244

ISBN-13: 9781568813240

Written for graduate scholars in arithmetic or non-specialist mathematicians who desire to research the fundamentals approximately probably the most vital present examine within the box, this e-book presents a radical, but available, creation 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 provides upward thrust to loads of combinatorial questions when it comes to items counted by means of usual numbers corresponding to the factorials, Catalan numbers, and the variety of Cayley bushes or parking features. the writer deals principles for extending the speculation to different households of finite Coxeter teams, in addition to permutation teams.

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The reader may easily check that the orthogonal complement of a homogeneous subspace is itself homogeneous. A surprising feature of the above scalar product stands out when we consider the orthogonal complement of an ideal I. Indeed, we observe that such orthogonal complements coincide with solution sets of systems of partial diﬀerential equations: I ⊥ = {g(x) | f (∂x)g(x) = 0, f (x) ∈ I}. 6) Indeed the inclusion of the right-hand side in I ⊥ is evident. To show the reverse inclusion, we observe that for g(x) to be such that f (∂x)g(x)|x=0 = 0 for all f (x) ∈ I, we must also have3 ∂xa f (∂x)g(x)|x=0 = 0 for all monomials xa , since xa f (x) also lies in the ideal I.

Xn )g(x) = 0, .. 7) fk (∂x1 , ∂x2 , . . , ∂xn )g(x) = 0. Another easy but useful observation is that I ⊥ is closed under derivation, since partial derivatives commute. 3 We extend our vectorial notation to diﬀerential monomials, setting ∂xa := an 1 ∂xa 1 · · · ∂xn . “berg” — 2009/4/13 — 13:55 — page 48 — #56 48 3. Invariant Theory Group Actions on Polynomials While our discussion is concentrated on the symmetric group and its action on polynomials by permutation of the variables, much can be stated in a more general setup.

This makes it natural to use the notation f μ (q) for this q-analog of the number f μ of standard tableaux of shape μ. The cocharge of a standard tableau is the same as the cocharge of its reading word, and we generalize the notion of cocharge to semi-standard tableaux through their reading words. Let w be the reading word of a semistandard tableau τ . We successively extract subwords w(i) from w until we reach the empty word, and the cocharge of τ is the sum of the cocharges of these words w(i) .

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