Rigged configuration descriptions of the crystals B(∞) and B(λ) for special linear Lie algebras

  title={Rigged configuration descriptions of the crystals B(∞) and B($\lambda$) for special linear Lie algebras},
  author={Jin Hong and Hyeonmi Lee},
  journal={Journal of Mathematical Physics},
The rigged configuration realization RC(∞) of the crystal B(∞) was originally presented as a certain connected component within a larger crystal. In this work, we make the realization more concrete by identifying the elements of RC(∞) explicitly for the An-type case. Two separate descriptions of RC(∞) are obtained. These lead naturally to isomorphisms RC(∞)≅T(∞) and RC(∞)≅T¯(∞), i.e., those with the marginally large tableau and marginally large reverse tableau realizations of B(∞), that may be… 
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