By Francois Bergeron

Written for graduate scholars in arithmetic or non-specialist mathematicians who desire to study the fundamentals approximately essentially the most very important present learn within the box, this ebook presents a thorough, but available, creation to the topic of algebraic combinatorics. After recalling simple notions of combinatorics, illustration concept, and a few commutative algebra, the most fabric offers hyperlinks among the research of coinvariant or diagonally coinvariant areas and the learn of Macdonald polynomials and comparable operators. this provides upward thrust to a number of combinatorial questions in terms of gadgets counted by means of widely used numbers corresponding to the factorials, Catalan numbers, and the variety of Cayley bushes or parking services. the writer deals principles for extending the speculation to different households of finite Coxeter teams, in addition to permutation teams.

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19 with the skew partition 755321/5421. 20) no two cells of μ/λ lie in the same column we say that μ/λ is a horizontal strip. In a similar manner, if no two cells of μ/λ lie in the same row we say that it is a vertical strip. 19, the skew partition is connected and contains no 2 × 2 squares, we say that we have a ribbon. 8). 19. A skew partition. 7. 20. A horizontal strip. Orders on Partitions Two orders play an important role for partitions of n. First and foremost, we have the (partial) dominance order λ μ.

We say that (u) := k is the length of u = a1 a2 · · · ak , setting 0 to be the length of the empty word. We recursively set un := u(un−1 ) for n > 0, with u0 := ε. Thus un is a word of length n k. If A has cardinality n, then the set Ak of length k words is of cardinality nk , and we have A∗ = k≥0 Ak . The word algebra QA∗ is the free vector space on A∗ over the ﬁeld9 Q, so that its elements are ﬁnite linear combinations of words, on which concatenation is extended bilinearly. The algebra QA∗ is naturally graded by word length, so that we have the direct sum decomposition is a bilinear transformation QA∗ = k≥o QAk .

Exercise. , λ μ implies that λ ≤ μ. Exercise. Show that the dominance order is “symmetric” with respect to conjugation. This is to say that λ ≺ μ if and only if μ ≺ λ . Exercise. 2)) is decreasing for the dominance order. This is to say that n(μ) > n(λ) if μ ≺ λ. 21. Dominance order for n = 6. → “berg” — 2009/4/13 — 13:55 — page 26 — #34 26 1. Combinatorial Objects 111111 ≤ 21111 ≤ 2211 ≤ 222 ≤ 3111 ≤ ≤ 321 ≤ 33 ≤ 42 ≤ 411 ≤ 51 ≤ 6. 22. Lexicographic order for n = 6. 8 Compositions A composition c = (c1 , c2 , .