Jerry L. Bona (Chair)
Nigel J. Hitchin
KEIRYOSHIGUN NO HYOGENRON TO KUMIAWASERON
(REPRESENTATION OF QUANTUM ALGEBRAS OF TYPE
AND COMBINATORICS OF YOUNG TABLEAUX)
by Susumu Ariki
Originally published in Japanese
by Sophia University, Tokyo, 2000
Translated from the Japanese and revised by the author
2000 Mathematics Subject Classification. Primary 05E10, 17B37, 17B67, 20C08;
Secondary 14M15, 16D90, 16G20, 20C33.
Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Ariki, Susumu, 1959–
Representations of quantum algebras and combinatorics of Young tableaux / Susumu Ariki ;
[translated from the Japanese and revised by the author].
p. cm. — (University lecture series, ISSN 1047-3998 ; v. 26)
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 0-8218-3232-8 (acid-free paper)
1. Quantum groups. 2. Representations of groups. 3. Bases (Linear topological spaces)
4. Young tableaux. I. Title. II. University lecture series (Providence, R.I.) ; 26.
QA176 .A7513 2002
530.14 3—dc21 2002025869
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