Combinatorics and Algebra by Curtis Greene (ed.)

By Curtis Greene (ed.)

This quantity comprises the lawsuits of the AMS-NSF Joint summer season examine convention on Combinatorics and Algebra held on the collage of Colorado in the course of June 1983. even though combinatorial thoughts have pervaded the learn of algebra all through its historical past, it is just in recent times that any type of systematic try has been made to appreciate the connections among algebra and combinatorics. This convention drew jointly experts in either and supplied a useful chance for them to collaborate. the subject so much mentioned was once illustration idea of the symmetric team and intricate common linear team. The shut connections with combinatorics, specifically the speculation of younger tableaux, was once glaring from the pioneering paintings of G. Frobenius, I. Schur, A. younger, H. Weyl, and D. E. Littlewood.Phil Hanlon gave an introductory survey of this topic, whose inclusion during this quantity should still make the various closing papers extra obtainable to a reader with little history in illustration idea. Ten of the papers impinge on illustration thought in quite a few methods. a few are without delay fascinated by the teams, Lie algebras, etc., themselves, whereas others care for basically combinatorial themes which arose from illustration idea and recommend the potential for a deeper connection among the combinatorics and the algebra. the rest papers are considering a large choice of themes. There are necessary surveys at the classical topic of hyperplane preparations and its lately stumbled on connections with lattice concept and differential varieties, and at the staggering connections among algebra, topology, and the counting of faces of convex polytopes and similar complexes.There additionally looks an instructive instance of the interaction among combinatorial and algebraic homes of finite lattices, and an enticing representation of combinatorial reasoning to turn out a primary algebraic id. moreover, a hugely profitable challenge consultation was once held in the course of the convention; a listing of the issues offered seems on the finish of the quantity

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