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These are the notes of a “Topics in representation theory” class I not be complete without a mention of Fulton and Harris's book , that. Representation Theory: A First CourseAuthor: William Fulton, Joe Harris Published by Springer New York ISBN: DOI. William Fulton Joe Harris. Representation Theory. A First Course. With Illustrations. Springer-Verlag. New York Berlin Heidelberg London Paris. Tokyo Hong.
The construction presented here complements the development of , in which we combinatorially constructed the minuscule representations of the simply laced Lie algebras, also without explicit use of Lie theory.
In that situation we showed how to construct the minuscule posets defined by Proctor from combina- torics associated to the mutation game, and how to realize the explicit action of a basis of the Lie algebra by raising and lowering operators on the space of ideals of minuscule posets. Minuscule representations have the property that all weights are conjugate under the Weyl group, so that the geometry and order structure of this orbit of weights naturally determines much about the representation.
So a key new ingredient in the present paper is dealing with weight chains of length more than one.
The present work is also related to a recent construction of the irreducible representations of sl 3 different from Gelfand Tsetlin utilizing the combinatorial geometry of three dimensional polytopes which we call diamonds . This model shares the pleasant feature that matrix coefficients are always integers.
Another common aspect of all the situations described is that we represent an entire linear basis of the Lie algebra g, not just a choice of Chevalley generators. These are then raising and lowering operators in the familiar terminology of the physics literature.
The paper concludes with a list of all commutation relations. We may encapsulate this information as follows. The elements of R are called roots.
A root is any function obtained by starting with a delta function, or simple root, which has value one at some vertex and is zero elsewhere, and performing an arbitrary sequence of mutations, defined as follows. A mutation at a vertex z applied to a function f has the effect of leaving the values of f at all vertices except z unchanged, while the new value at z is Wildberger obtained by negating the current value at z and adding a copy of the function values at each neighbour w of z , once for every directed edge from w to z.
Since a mutation at z applied to the delta function at z results in a sign change, the set of roots is symmetric under change of sign. Thus R G2 is indeed a root system in the classical sense.
The numbers game is also played with integer valued functions on the vertices of a directed graph.
Given such a function g and a vertex z , we will say that a dual mutation, or firing, at z replaces the value of g at z with its negative, and simultaneously adds a copy of g z to each neighbour w of z , once for each directed edge from z to w , and leaves all other vertices unchanged.
Of particular interest is playing the numbers game under the condition that dual mutations only can occur at vertices where the current value of the function is positive. The systematic study of sequences of such positive firings yields many remarkable combinatorial structures.
The minuscule posets studied by Proctor and others in the context of Bruhat orders in Coxeter groups occur when we begin with a Dynkin diagram and a minuscule vertex for which the associated fundamental representation is minuscule.
However, many more fascinating objects are created by arranging sequences starting with more general configurations into partially ordered multisets by comparing only firings at adjacent vertices see .
Extending the notion here in the obvious way, we will consider the seven ideals of P to be the seven initial chains of P , including the empty chain. It remains to prescribe the weight w e of a directed edge e.
This is well-defined. Such a ladder has size k , and will be said to start at L1 and finish at Lk. The G2 hexagon is symmetrical about the origin, and this definition produces a pattern of weights on it which is still symmetrical about the origin.
Structure equations for semisimple Lie algebras We now remind the reader about some elementary facts about the structure of a semisimple Lie algebra g over the complex numbers.
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This is intended to motivate what follows, so is not strictly necessary for the construction itself. Representations of symmetric groups and Young diagrams: introduction. Representations of symmetric groups and Young diagrams: more techniques and examples.
Representations of S5. Representations of symmetric groups and Young diagrams: some proofs.
An algorithm for constructing the character table of Sn for general n. More on characters of Sn: Frobenius formula.
Notes Relating representations of different groups: induction and restriction. Induction and restriction for subgroups of index 2. Representations of the alternating groups An.
Braid groups. Burau representations for braid groups. How much do we know about the representation theory of braid groups?
Character varieties. Applications in topology: invariants of braids and knots. Representations of the general linear groups GLn. Schur-Weyl duality.
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