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Sym(n)- and Alt(n)-modules with an additive dimension

@inproceedings{Corredor2021SymnAA,
  title={Sym(n)- and Alt(n)-modules with an additive dimension},
  author={Luis Jaime Corredor and Adrien Deloro and Joshua Wiscons},
  year={2021}
}
We revisit, clarify, and generalise classical results of Dickson and (much later) Wagner on minimal Sym(n)and Alt(n)-modules. We present a new, natural notion of ‘modules with an additive dimension’ covering at once the classical, finitary case as well as modules definable in an o-minimal or finite Morley rank setting; in this context, we fully identify the faithful Sym(n)and Alt(n)-modules of least dimension. § 
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