Tableaux on k+1-cores, reduced words for affine permutations, and k-Schur expansions

  title={Tableaux on k+1-cores, reduced words for affine permutations, and k-Schur expansions},
  author={Luc Lapointe and Jennifer Morse},
  journal={J. Comb. Theory, Ser. A},

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