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Equality of Schur and skew Schur functions  [PDF]
Stephanie van Willigenburg
Mathematics , 2004,
Abstract: We determine the precise conditions under which any skew Schur function is equal to a Schur function over both infinitely and finitely many variables.
Schur dynamics of the Schur processes  [PDF]
Alexei Borodin
Mathematics , 2010,
Abstract: We construct discrete time Markov chains that preserve the class of Schur processes on partitions and signatures. One application is a simple exact sampling algorithm for q^{volume}-distributed skew plane partitions with an arbitrary back wall. Another application is a construction of Markov chains on infinite Gelfand-Tsetlin schemes that represent deterministic flows on the space of extreme characters of the infinite-dimensional unitary group.
Derived categories of Schur algebras  [PDF]
Viktor Bekkert,Vyacheslav Futorny
Mathematics , 2001,
Abstract: We classify the derived tame Schur and infinitesimal Schur algebras and describe indecomposable objects in their derived categories.
Contributions of Issai Schur to Analysis  [PDF]
Harry Dym,Victor Katsnelson
Mathematics , 2007,
Abstract: The name Schur is associated with many terms and concepts that are widely used in a number of diverse fields of mathematics and engineering. This survey article focuses on Schur's work in analysis. Here too, Schur's name is commonplace: The Schur test and Schur-Hadamard multipliers (in the study of estimates for Hermitian forms), Schur convexity, Schur complements, Schur's results in summation theory for sequences (in particular, the fundamental Kojima-Schur theorem), the Schur-Cohn test, the Schur algorithm, Schur parameters and the Schur interpolation problem for functions that are holomorphic and bounded by one in the unit disk. In this survey, we discuss all of the above mentioned topics and then some, as well as some of the generalizations that they inspired. There are nine sections of text, each of which is devoted to a separate theme based on Schur's work. Each of these sections has an independent bibliography. There is very little overlap. A tenth section presents a list of the papers of Schur that focus on topics that are commonly considered to be analysis. We begin with a review of Schur's less familiar papers on the theory of commuting differential operators.
Primitive Idempotents of Schur Rings  [PDF]
Andrew Misseldine
Mathematics , 2013, DOI: 10.1007/s10468-014-9466-y
Abstract: In this paper, we explore the nature of central idempotents of Schur rings over finite groups. We introduce the concept of a lattice Schur ring and explore properties of these kinds of Schur rings. In particular, the primitive, central idempotents of lattice Schur rings are completely determined. For a general Schur ring $S$, $S$ contains a maximal lattice Schur ring, whose central, primitive idempotents form a system of pairwise orthogonal, central idempotents in $S$. We show that if $S$ is a Schur ring with rational coefficients over a cyclic group, then these idempotents are always primitive and are spanned by the normal subgroups contained in $S$. Furthermore, a Wedderburn decomposition of Schur rings over cyclic groups is given. Some examples of Schur rings over non-cyclic groups will also be explored.
Skew quasisymmetric Schur functions and noncommutative Schur functions  [PDF]
Christine Bessenrodt,Kurt Luoto,Stephanie van Willigenburg
Mathematics , 2010, DOI: 10.1016/j.aim.2010.12.015
Abstract: Recently a new basis for the Hopf algebra of quasisymmetric functions $QSym$, called quasisymmetric Schur functions, has been introduced by Haglund, Luoto, Mason, van Willigenburg. In this paper we extend the definition of quasisymmetric Schur functions to introduce skew quasisymmetric Schur functions. These functions include both classical skew Schur functions and quasisymmetric Schur functions as examples, and give rise to a new poset $\mathcal{L}_C$ that is analogous to Young's lattice. We also introduce a new basis for the Hopf algebra of noncommutative symmetric functions $NSym$. This basis of $NSym$ is dual to the basis of quasisymmetric Schur functions and its elements are the pre-image of the Schur functions under the forgetful map $\chi: NSym \rightarrow Sym$. We prove that the multiplicative structure constants of the noncommutative Schur functions, equivalently the coefficients of the skew quasisymmetric Schur functions when expanded in the quasisymmetric Schur basis, are nonnegative integers, satisfying a Littlewood-Richardson rule analogue that reduces to the classical Littlewood-Richardson rule under $\chi$. As an application we show that the morphism of algebras from the algebra of Poirier-Reutenauer to $Sym$ factors through $NSym$. We also extend the definition of Schur functions in noncommuting variables of Rosas-Sagan in the algebra $NCSym$ to define quasisymmetric Schur functions in the algebra $NCQSym$. We prove these latter functions refine the former and their properties, and project onto quasisymmetric Schur functions under the forgetful map. Lastly, we show that by suitably labeling $\mathcal{L}_C$, skew quasisymmetric Schur functions arise in the theory of Pieri operators on posets.
Schur Multipliers and Matrix Products  [PDF]
Dan Kucerovsky,Aydin Sarraf
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: We give necessary and sufficient conditions for a Schur map to be a homomorphism, with some generalizations to the infinite-dimensional case. In the finite-dimensional case, we find that a Schur multiplier distributes over matrix multiplication if and only if the Schur matrix has a certain simple form.
Multiplicity free Schur, skew Schur, and quasisymmetric Schur functions  [PDF]
Christine Bessenrodt,Stephanie van Willigenburg
Mathematics , 2011,
Abstract: In this paper we classify all Schur functions and skew Schur functions that are multiplicity free when expanded in the basis of fundamental quasisymmetric functions, termed F-multiplicity free. Combinatorially, this is equivalent to classifying all skew shapes whose standard Young tableaux have distinct descent sets. We then generalize our setting, and classify all F-multiplicity free quasisymmetric Schur functions with one or two terms in the expansion, or one or two parts in the indexing composition. This identifies composition shapes such that all standard composition tableaux of that shape have distinct descent sets. We conclude by providing such a classification for quasisymmetric Schur function families, giving a classification of Schur functions that are in some sense almost F-multiplicity free.
Schur-finiteness in $λ$-rings  [PDF]
C. Mazza,C. Weibel
Mathematics , 2010,
Abstract: We introduce the notion of a Schur-finite element in a $\lambda$-ring.
Schur multipliers of Cartan pairs  [PDF]
Rupert H. Levene,Nico Spronk,Ivan G. Todorov,Lyudmila Turowska
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: We define the Schur multipliers of a separable von Neumann algebra M with Cartan masa A, generalising the classical Schur multipliers of $B(\ell^2)$. We characterise these as the normal A-bimodule maps on M. If M contains a direct summand isomorphic to the hyperfinite II_1 factor, then we show that the Schur multipliers arising from the extended Haagerup tensor product $A \otimes_{eh} A$ are strictly contained in the algebra of all Schur multipliers.
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