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Cyclic sieving, necklaces, and branching rules related to Thrall's problem

Connor Ahlbach, UW
Wednesday, April 17, 2019 - 3:30pm
PDL C-401
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We show that the cyclic sieving phenomenon of Reiner--Stanton--White together with necklace generating functions arising from work of Klyachko offer a remarkably unified, direct, and largely bijective approach to a series of results due to Kraśkiewicz--Weyman, Stembridge, and Schocker related to the so-called higher Lie modules and branching rules for inclusions \$ C_a \wr S_b \hookrightarrow S_{ab} \$. Extending the approach gives monomial expansions for certain graded Frobenius series arising from a generalization of Thrall's problem.

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