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Polynomials and Representations XXXIX
Some Invariant Theory We continue the previous discussion. Recall that for we have a equivariant map which induces an isomorphism between the unique copies of in both spaces. The kernel Q of this map is spanned by for various fillings T with shape and entries … Continue reading
Polynomials and Representations XXXVIII
Determinant Modules We will describe another construction for the Schur module. Introduce variables for . For each sequence we define the following polynomials in : Now given a filling T of shape λ, we define: where is the sequence of entries from the … Continue reading
Polynomials and Representations XXXVII
Notations and Recollections For a partition , one takes its Young diagram comprising of boxes. A filling is given by a function for some positive integer m. When m=d, we will require the filling to be bijective, i.e. T contains {1,…,d} and each element occurs exactly … Continue reading
Polynomials and Representations XXXVI
V(λ) as Schur Functor Again, we will denote throughout this article. In the previous article, we saw that the SchurWeyl duality can be described as a functor: given a module M, the corresponding module is set as Definition. The construction is … Continue reading
Polynomials and Representations XXXV
SchurWeyl Duality Throughout the article, we denote for convenience. So far we have seen: the Frobenius map gives a correspondence between symmetric polynomials in of degree d and representations of ; there is a correspondence between symmetric polynomials in and polynomial … Continue reading
Polynomials and Representations XXXIV
Twisting From the previous article, any irreducible polynomial representation of is of the form for some such that is the Schur polynomial . Now given any analytic representation V of G, we can twist it by taking for an integer k. Then: Twisting the irrep … Continue reading
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