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Generalized verma modules by V. Mazorchuk

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Published by VNTL Publishers in Lviv, Ukraine .
Written in English


  • Representations of groups.,
  • Verma modules.

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Includes bibliographical references.

StatementV. Mazorchuk ; [editor, Michael Zarichnyi]
SeriesMathematical studies -- v. 8
ContributionsZarichnyi, M.
The Physical Object
Pagination182 p.
Number of Pages182
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21835484M
ISBN 109667148904

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Generalized Verma and Wakimoto Modules. Smooth representation of affine Kac-Moody algebrasGeneralized Verma ModulesGeneralized Wakimoto Modules What is a smooth representation? Let g[[t]]:= g bC[[t]]. Then tNg[[t]] is a subalgebra of g for all N 0. A module V over bg. Generalized Verma modules, loop space cohomology and MacDonald-type identities J. Lepowsky. Annales scientifiques de l'École Normale Supérieure () Volume: 12, Issue: 2, page ; ISSN: ; Access Full Article top Access to full text Full (PDF) How to cite topCited by: An important class of modules over Lie algebras are the generalized Verma modules, which are one of the results of several di erent attempts to generalize the deep and rich theory of Verma modules. Here, we shall only give a short introduction to Verma modules and then study generalized Verma modules in more detail. They are obtained. Categorification of (induced) cell modules and the rough structure of generalized Verma modules by Volodymyr Mazorchuk, Catharina Stroppel, This paper presents categorifications of (right) cell modules and induced cell modules for Hecke algebras of finite Weyl groups.

Invariant operators and generalized Verma modules. Let U(g) resp. U(p) be the universal enveloping algebra of g resp. p. For each P-dominant weight µ, Vµ is also a representation of U(p) and we define the generalized Verma module Mp(µ):= U(g) ⊗U(p) Vµ where the left g-action is simply the left multiplication in U(g). As a g−-module. Restrictions of generalized Verma modules to symmetric pairs Toshiyuki Kobayashi∗ Abstract We initiate a new line of investigation on branching problems for generalized Verma modules with respect to reductive symmetric pairs (g,g0). In general, Verma modules may not contain any simple mod-ule when restricted to a reductive subalgebra. Restrictions of generalized Verma modules to symmetric pairs Article (PDF Available) in Transformation Groups volume 17(2):pp. June with 26 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Toshiyuki Kobayashi. For a simple Lie algebra, L, over the complex numbers we study generalized Verma modules induced from modules which are torsion-free over a parabolic sub-algebra and the irreducible quotients of.

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