The first part (I to XVIII) talks about symmetric polynomials, Young tableaux and related combinatorial topics. It does not require any background. The second part talks about representations of the symmetric group and GL(n) so it requires quite a bit of knowledge of representation theory.

It’s missing from the Contents page only because I was lazy in updating. 😛

]]>So, right now, I don’t know for sure if that result is indeed true in general as it is or if it requires any additional hyphotesis. I couldn’t find any counterexample, but I didn’t try it that hard. ]]>

Anyway, congratulations for these notes on CGT. There are some faults here and there (and the lack of references can also be troubling sometimes), but I really liked the way as you presented the subject and your choice of themes. Thank you for making this freely available to everyone. ]]>

*r → ∞

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∞ ← *r ]]>