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Complete homogeneous symmetric polynomials in Jucys-Murphy elements and the Weingarten function  [PDF]
Jonathan Novak
Mathematics , 2008,
Abstract: A connection is made between complete homogeneous symmetric polynomials in Jucys-Murphy elements and the unitary Weingarten function from random matrix theory. In particular we show that $h_r(J_1,...,J_n),$ the complete homogeneous symmetric polynomial of degree $r$ in the JM elements, coincides with the $r$th term in the asymptotic expansion of the Weingarten function. We use this connection to determine precisely which conjugacy classes occur in the class basis resolution of $h_r(J_1,...,J_n),$ and to explicitly determine the coefficients of the classes of minimal height when $r < n.$ These coefficients, which turn out to be products of Catalan numbers, are governed by the Moebius function of the non-crossing partition lattice $NC(n).$
On complete functions in Jucys-Murphy elements  [PDF]
Valentin Feray
Mathematics , 2010,
Abstract: The problem of computing the class expansion of some symmetric functions evaluated in Jucys-Murphy elements appears in different contexts, for instance in the computation of matrix integrals. Recently, M. Lassalle gave a unified algebraic method to obtain some induction relations on the coefficients in this kind of expansion. In this paper, we give a simple purely combinatorial proof of his result. Besides, using the same type of argument, we obtain new simpler formulas. We also prove an analogous formula in the Hecke algebra of $(S_{2n},H_n)$ and use it to solve a conjecture of S. Matsumoto on the subleading term of orthogonal Weingarten function. Finally, we propose a conjecture for a continuous interpolation between both problems.
On Cellular Algebras with Jucys Murphy Elements  [PDF]
Frederick M. Goodman,John Graber
Mathematics , 2009,
Abstract: We study analogues of Jucys-Murphy elements in cellular algebras arising from repeated Jones basic constructions. Examples include Brauer and BMW algebras and their cyclotomic analogues.
Jucys-Murphy elements and centers of cellular algebras  [PDF]
Yanbo Li
Mathematics , 2009,
Abstract: Let R be an integral domain and A a cellular algebra. Suppose that A is equipped with a family of Jucys-Murphy elements which satisfy the separation condition. Let K be the field of fractions of R. We give a necessary and sufficient condition under which the center of $A_{K}$ consists of the symmetric polynomials in Jucys-Murphy elements.
Jucys-Murphy Elements and Unitary Matrix Integrals  [PDF]
Sho Matsumoto,Jonathan Novak
Mathematics , 2009,
Abstract: In this paper, we study the relationship between polynomial integrals on the unitary group and the conjugacy class expansion of symmetric functions in Jucys-Murphy elements. Our main result is an explicit formula for the top coefficients in the class expansion of monomial symmetric functions in Jucys-Murphy elements, from which we recover the first order asymptotics of polynomial integrals over $\U(N)$ as $N \rightarrow \infty$. Our results on class expansion include an analogue of Macdonald's result for the top connection coefficients of the class algebra, a generalization of Stanley and Olshanski's result on the polynomiality of content statistics on Plancherel-random partitions, and an exact formula for the multiplicity of the class of full cycles in the expansion of a complete symmetric function in Jucys-Murphy elements. The latter leads to a new combinatorial interpretation of the Carlitz-Riordan central factorial numbers.
Jucys-Murphy elements and a presentation for partition algebras  [PDF]
John Enyang
Mathematics , 2010, DOI: 10.1007/s10801-012-0370-4
Abstract: We give a new presentation for the partition algebras. This presentation was discovered in the course of establishing an inductive formula for the partition algebra Jucys-Murphy elements defined by Halverson and Ram [European J. Combin. 26 (2005), 869-921]. Using Schur-Weyl duality we show that our recursive formula and the original definition of Jucys-Murphy elements given by Halverson and Ram are equivalent. The new presentation and inductive formula for the partition algebra Jucys-Murphy elements given in this paper are used to construct the seminormal representations for the partition algebras in a separate paper.
Partial Jucys-Murphy elements and star factorizations  [PDF]
Valentin Feray
Mathematics , 2009,
Abstract: In this paper, we look at the number of factorizations of a given permutation into star transpositions. In particular, we give a natural explanation of a hidden symmetry, answering a question of I.P. Goulden and D.M. Jackson. We also have a new proof of their explicit formula. Another result is the normalized class expansion of some central elements of the symmetric group algebra introduced by P. Biane. To obtain this results, we use natural analogs of Jucys-Murphy elements in the algebra of partial permutations of V. Ivanov and S. Kerov. We investigate their properties and use a formula of A. Lascoux and J.Y. Thibon to give the expansion of their power sums on the natural basis of the invariant subalgebra.
Jucys-Murphy elements for Birman-Murakami-Wenzl algebras  [PDF]
A. P. Isaev,O. V. Ogievetsky
Mathematics , 2009,
Abstract: The Birman-Wenzl-Murakami algebra, considered as the quotient of the braid group algebra, possesses the commutative set of Jucys--Murphy elements. We show that the set of Jucys--Murphy elements is maximal commutative for the generic Birman-Wenzl-Murakami algebra and reconstruct the representation theory of the tower of Birman-Wenzl-Murakami algebras.
The idempotents in cyclotomic Hecke algebras and periodic property of the Jucys-Murphy elements  [PDF]
Ge Li
Mathematics , 2012,
Abstract: This paper proves a periodic property of Jucys-Murphy elements of the degenerate and non-degenerate cy- clotomic Hecke algebras of type A. We do this by first giving a new closed formula for the KLR idempotents e(i) which, it tuns out, is very efficient computationally.
Class expansion of some symmetric functions in Jucys-Murphy elements  [PDF]
Michel Lassalle
Mathematics , 2010,
Abstract: We present a method to compute the class expansion of a symmetric function in the Jucys-Murphy elements of the symmetric group. We apply this method to one-row Hall-Littlewood symmetric functions, which interpolate between power sums and complete symmetric functions.
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