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Jantzen Conjecture for singular characters

@inproceedings{Xiao2021JantzenCF,
  title={Jantzen Conjecture for singular characters},
  author={Wei Xiao},
  year={2021}
}
  • W. Xiao
  • Published 27 June 2021
  • Mathematics
We show that the Jantzen filtration of a Verma module (possibly singular) coincides with its radical filtration. It implies that the Jantzen Conjecture on Verma modules holds for all infinitesimal characters, while the regular case was settled by Beilinson and Bernstein by geometric methods and reproved by Williamson by an algebraic approach. The coincidence between Jantzen filtration and radical filtration is also generalized to the case of parabolic Verma modules by Shan’s results. 

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