Algebraic and Analytic Methods in Representation Theory by Bent Orsted

By Bent Orsted

This publication is a compilation of a number of works from well-recognized figures within the box of illustration idea. The presentation of the subject is exclusive in delivering a number of varied issues of view, which may still makethe publication very worthy to scholars and specialists alike. offers a number of diversified issues of view on key issues in illustration concept, from the world over identified specialists within the box

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E UA. , rn E N, and U ° is the subalgebra generated by Ki, KC 1, [K~;c], i - - 1 , . . , n, c, t E N. c] is the element [K~;c]- l~i Ki vc+l-j Ki-lv-i -c-l+j j=l Vi _ Vi 2 Let R be the root system associated with the set of simple roots. (aij), and let O ~ 1 , . . ,/~n) with Ai = (A, ai}, i = Chapter 1 41 Modular Representations 1 , . . , n. Such a weight gives rise to a character of U° (and hence of U°) via If V is a U°-module and • E tU/ °, we set L/ v~ - {~ e v l ~ - ~(~)~, ~ e Uq°}. , [APW, Section 9]) that any finite dimensional Uq-module V (of type 1) is a sum of weight spaces (note that replacing vi by - v i in the foregoing formulas defines an equally good character )~ and type 1 simply means that we work with all signs positive).

7 If )~ e Xp~(T), then L~()~) ~_ L(~X)Ia.. For r = 1 this result goes back to Curtis [Cu]. It may be proved by closely examining the natural G~-homomorphism N°(A) -~ Z~(~) (this idea is due to G. Kempf [Ke2]). 15]. For many purposes it is convenient to develop an analogous theory for the subgroup schemes G~T and G~B. Note that G~T = (F~)-I (T) and G~B = ( r h ) - ~ ( B ) . , from {B-modules} to {a B-modul s}). 8 Let A E X ( T ) . , L~ (~)). , L~ (~)). iii) L~(A)IG ~ ~_ L~(A) ~_ L~(A)IG,. One advantage of G~T-modules over G~-modules is that we may consider their (formal) characters.

8), and hence Qq()~)* has also a good filtration. Thus, Qq(A) E ~t. By construction, we furthermore see that Qq()~) has highest weight 2 ( / - 1)p + w0£ and that this weight occurs with multiplicity 1. [2] We conclude by some results whose quantized version play a role in the construction of invariants of 3-manifolds by Reshetikhin and Turaev [RT]. The key is Theorem Enda(M). Tr(f) =0. 4])) H. H. Andersen 48 (In the quantum case, we (of course) have to use the quantum trace Trq. 4 we immediately reduce to the case M = D(A) with A C X(T)+\C.

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