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Polynomials and Representations XXXIII
We are back to the convention and We wish to focus on irreducible polynomial representations of G. The weak PeterWeyl theorem gives: Theorem. Restricting the RHS to only polynomial irreducible V gives us on the LHS, where each polynomial in restricts to a function … Continue reading
Polynomials and Representations XXI
We have established that all irreps of are defined over and hence any field of characteristic 0. For convenience we will fix . Twists For any group G and representation over if is a group homomorphism, we can twist as follows: Sometimes, we also … Continue reading
Polynomials and Representations XX
From now onwards, we will assume the base field K has characteristic 0. Example: d=3 Following the previous article, we examine the case of . We get 3 partitions: , and Let us compute for all From the previous article, we have: Since , is … Continue reading
Polynomials and Representations X
Cauchy’s Identity In this article, our primary focus is the ring of symmetric polynomials in Theorem (Cauchy’s Identity). Consider polynomials over all partitions [Recall that if ] We have an equality of formal power series: Note. For convenience, we will use … Continue reading
Polynomials and Representations IX
Hall Inner Product Let us resume our discussion of symmetric polynomials. First we define an inner product on dth component of the formal ring. Recall that the sets are both bases of . Definition. The Hall inner product is defined by setting and to be … Continue reading