Cambridge Studies in Advanced Mathematics 121 Representation Theory of the Symmetric Groups Cambridge Studies in Advanced Mathematics Representation Theory of the Symmetric Groups Central Projection Formulas 22 1.4 Permutation Representations 27 1.4.1 Wielandt's Lemma 27 1.4.2 Symmetric Actions and

@inproceedings{KATOK2010CambridgeSI,
  title={Cambridge Studies in Advanced Mathematics 121 Representation Theory of the Symmetric Groups Cambridge Studies in Advanced Mathematics Representation Theory of the Symmetric Groups Central Projection Formulas 22 1.4 Permutation Representations 27 1.4.1 Wielandt's Lemma 27 1.4.2 Symmetric Actions and },
  author={A. KATOK and Frances Kirwan and Peter Sarnak and Beth Simon and Burt Totaro},
  year={2010}
}
The representation theory of the symmetric groups is a classical topic that, since the pioneering work of Frobenius, Schur and Young, has grown into a huge body of theory, with many important connections to other areas of mathematics and physics. This self-contained book provides a detailed introduction to the subject, covering classical topics such as the Littlewood–Richardson rule and the Schur–Weyl duality. Importantly, the authors also present many recent advances in the area, including M… CONTINUE READING

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