Series 
Progress in mathematics ; v. 257 

Progress in mathematics ;
v. 257.

Subject 
Symmetry (Mathematics)


Representations of groups.

Alt Name 
Wallach, Nolan R.


Howe, Roger,


Hunziker, Markus,


Willenbring, Jeb F.,

Description 
1 online resource. 

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Bibliography Note 
Includes bibliographical references. 
Contents 
Preface  Publications of Nolan R. Wallach  Unitary Hecke algebra modules with nonzero Dirac cohomology  On the nilradical of a parabolic subgroup  Arithmetic invariant theory  Structure constants of KacMoody Lie algebras  The GelfandZeitlin integrable system and Korbits on the flag variety  Diagrams of Hermitian type, highest weight modules, and syzygies of determinantal varieties  A conjecture of SakellaridisVenkatesh on the unitary spectrum of spherical varieties  Proof of the 2part compositional shuffle conjecture  On symmetric SLinvariant polynomials in four qubits  Finite maximal tori  Sums of Littlewood?Richardson coefficients and GLnharmonic polynomials  Polynomial functors and categorifications of Fock space  Pieri algebras and Hibi algebras in representation theory  Action of the conformal group on steady state solutions to Maxwell?s equations and background radiation  Representations with a reduced null cone  Mseries and Kloosterman?Selberg zetafunctions for Rrank one groups  Ricci flow and manifolds with positive curvature  Remainder formula and zeta expression for extremal CFT partition functions  Principal series representations of infinitedimensional Lie groups, I: Minimal parabolic subgroups. 
Summary 
Symmetry has served as an organizing principle in Nolan R. Wallach's fundamental contributions to representation theory, harmonic analysis, algebraic geometry, combinatorics, number theory, differential equations, Riemannian geometry, ring theory, and quantum information theory. This volume is a collection of 19 invited articles that pay tribute to the breadth and depth of Wallach's work. The mostly expository articles are written by distinguished mathematicians and contain sufficient preliminary material so as to reach the widest possible audience. Graduate students, mathematicians, and physicists interested in representation theory and its applications will find many gems in this volume that have not appeared in print elsewhere. Contributors: D. Barbasch K. Baur M. Bhargava B. Casselman D. Ciubotaru M. Colarusso T.J. Enright S. Evens W.T. Gan A.M. Garsia R. Gomez G. Gour B.H. Gross G. Han P.E. Harris J. Hong R.E. Howe M. Hunziker B. Kostant H. Kraft R.J. Miatello L. Ni W.A. Pruett G.W. Schwarz A. Touze D.A. Vogan N.R. Wallach J.F. Willenbring F.L. Williams J.A. Wolf G. Xin O. Yacobi M. Zabrocki. 
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ISBN 
9781493915903 (electronic bk.) 

1493915908 (electronic bk.) 

1493915894 (print) 

9781493915897 (print) 

9781493915897 
ISBN/ISSN 
10.1007/9781493915903 
OCLC # 
899211235 
Additional Format 
Printed edition: 9781493915897 
