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Symmetric functions and Hall polynomials

@inproceedings{MacDonald1979SymmetricFA,
  title={Symmetric functions and Hall polynomials},
  author={Ian G. MacDonald},
  year={1979}
}
I. Symmetric functions II. Hall polynomials III. HallLittlewood symmetric functions IV. The characters of GLn over a finite field V. The Hecke ring of GLn over a finite field VI. Symmetric functions with two parameters VII. Zonal polynomials 

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