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The Hecke C*algebra of the ax + b group of the Laurent series over a finite fieldPapish, Volodymyr Gregory. 10 April 2008 (has links)
No description available.

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High performance computations with Hecke algebras : bilinear forms and Jantzen filtrationsLivesey, Daria January 2014 (has links)
No description available.

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The structure of symmetric group algebras at arbitrary characteristicAbubakar, Ahmed Bello January 1999 (has links)
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On complex reflection groups G(m, 1, r) and their Hecke algebrasMak, Chi Kin, School of Mathematics, UNSW January 2003 (has links)
We construct an algorithm for getting a reduced expression for any element in a complex reflection group G(m, 1, r) by sorting the element, which is in the form of a sequence of complex numbers, to the identity. Thus, the algorithm provides us a set of reduced expressions, one for each element. We establish a oneone correspondence between the set of all reduced expressions for an element and a set of certain sorting sequences which turn the element to the identity. In particular, this provides us with a combinatorial method to check whether an expression is reduced. We also prove analogues of the exchange condition and the strong exchange condition for elements in a G(m, 1, r). A Bruhat order on the groups is also defined and investigated. We generalize the GeckPfeiffer reducibility theorem for finite Coxeter groups to the groups G(m, 1, r). Based on this, we prove that a character value of any element in an ArikiKoike algebra (the Hecke algebra of a G(m, 1, r)) can be determined by the character values of some special elements in the algebra. These special elements correspond to the reduced expressions, which are constructed by the algorithm, for some special conjugacy class representatives of minimal length, one in each class. Quasiparabolic subgroups are introduced for investigating representations of Ariki Koike algebras. We use n x n arrays of nonnegative integer sequences to characterize double cosets of quasiparabolic subgroups. We define an analogue of permutation modules, for ArikiKoike algebras, corresponding to certain subgroups indexed by multicompositions. These subgroups are naturally corresponding, not necessarily oneone, to quasiparabolic subgroups. We prove that each of these modules is free and has a basis indexed by right cosets of the corresponding quasiparabolic subgroup. We also construct Murphy type bases, Specht series for these modules, and establish a Young's rule in this case.

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On complex reflection groups G (m, l, r) and their Hecke algebras /Mak, Chi Kin. January 2003 (has links)
Thesis (Ph. D.)University of New South Wales, 2003. / Also available online.

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Cellularity and Jones basic constructionGraber, John Eric. Goodman, Frederick M. January 2009 (has links)
Thesis supervisor: Frederick M. Goodman. Includes bibliographic references (p. 8488).

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Motivic Decompositions and HeckeType AlgebrasNeshitov, Alexander January 2016 (has links)
Let G be a split semisimple algebraic group over a field k. Our main objects of interest are twisted forms of projective homogeneous Gvarieties. These varieties have been important objects of research in algebraic geometry since the 1960's.
The theory of Chow motives and their decompositions is a powerful tool for studying twisted forms of projective homogeneous varieties. Motivic decompositions were discussed in the works of Rost, Karpenko, Merkurjev, Chernousov, Calmes, Petrov, Semenov, Zainoulline, Gille and other researchers. The main goal of the present thesis is to connect motivic decompositions of twisted homogeneous varieties to decompositions of certain modules over Hecketype algebras that allow purely combinatorial description. We work in a slightly more general situation than Chow motives, namely we consider the category of hmotives for an oriented cohomology theory h. Examples of h include Chow groups, Grothendieck K_0, algebraic cobordism of LevineMorel, Morava Ktheory and many other examples. For a group G there is the notion of a versal torsor such that any Gtorsor over an infinite field can be obtained as a specialization of a versal torsor. We restrict our attention to the case of twisted homogeneous spaces of the form E/P where P is a special parabolic subgroup of G. The main result of this thesis states that there is a onetoone correspondence between hmotivic decompositions of the variety E/P and direct sum decompositions of modules DFP* over the graded formal affine Demazure algebra DF. This algebra was defined by Hoffnung, MalagonLopez, Savage and Zainoulline combinatorially in terms of the character lattice, the Weyl group and the formal group law of the cohomology theory h. In the classical case h=CH the graded formal affine Demazure algebra DF coincides with the nil Hecke ring, introduced by Kostant and Kumar in 1986. So the Chow motivic decompositions of versal homogeneous spaces correspond to decompositions of certain modules over the nil Hecke ring. As an application, we give a purely combinatorial proof of the indecomposability of the Chow motive of generic SeveriBrauer varieties and the versal twisted form of HSpin8/P1.

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Spherical Elements in the Affine YokonumaHecke AlgebraShaplin, Richard Martin III 08 July 2020 (has links)
In Chapter 1 we introduce the YokonumaHecke Algebra and a YokonumaHecke Algebramodule. In Chapter 2 we determine that the possible eigenvalues of particular elements in the YokonumaHecke Algebra acting on the module. In Chapter 3 we find determine module subspaces and eigenspaces that are isomorphic. In Chapter 4 we determine the structure of the qeigenspace. In Chapter 5 we determine the spherical elements of the module. / Master of Science / The YokonumaHecke Algebramodule is a vector space over a particular field. Acting on vectors from the module by any element of the YokonumaHecke Algebra corresponds to a linear transformation. Then, for each element we can find eigenvalues and eigenvectors. The transformations that we are considering all have the same eigenvalues. So, we consider the intersection of all the eigenspaces that correspond to the same eigenvalue. I.e. vectors that are eigenvectors of all of the elements. We find an algorithm that generates a basis for said vectors.

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Representation theory of KhovanovLaudaRouquier algebrasSpeyer, Liron January 2015 (has links)
This thesis concerns representation theory of the symmetric groups and related algebras. In recent years, the study of the “quiver Hecke algebras”, constructed independently by Khovanov and Lauda and by Rouquier, has become extremely popular. In this thesis, our motivation for studying these graded algebras largely stems from a result of Brundan and Kleshchev – they proved that (over a field) the KLR algebras have cyclotomic quotients which are isomorphic to the Ariki–Koike algebras, which generalise the Hecke algebras of type A, and thus the group algebras of the symmetric groups. This has allowed the study of the graded representation theory of these algebras. In particular, the Specht modules for the Ariki–Koike algebras can be graded; in this thesis we investigate graded Specht modules in the KLR setting. First, we conduct a lengthy investigation of the (graded) homomorphism spaces between Specht modules. We generalise the rowand column removal results of Lyle and Mathas, producing graded analogues which apply to KLR algebras of arbitrary level. These results are obtained by studying a class of homomorphisms we call dominated. Our study provides us with a new result regarding the indecomposability of Specht modules for the Ariki–Koike algebras. Next, we use homomorphisms to produce some decomposability results pertaining to the Hecke algebra of type A in quantum characteristic two. In the remainder of the thesis, we use homogeneous homomorphisms to study some graded decomposition numbers for the Hecke algebra of type A. We investigate graded decomposition numbers for Specht modules corresponding to twopart partitions. Our investigation also leads to the discovery of some exact sequences of homomorphisms between Specht modules.

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Lifting from SL(2) to GSpin(1,4)Pitale, Ameya, January 2006 (has links)
Thesis (Ph. D.)Ohio State University, 2006. / Title from first page of PDF file. Includes bibliographical references (p. 105107).

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