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The Rings of Generalized Groups Allen Herman
 

Summary: The Rings of Generalized Groups
Allen Herman
University of Regina
June 7, 2009
What do we mean by the Rings of Generalized Groups?
Allen Herman The Rings of Generalized Groups
What do we mean by the Rings of Generalized Groups?
The Rings of Generalized Groups include:
Allen Herman The Rings of Generalized Groups
What do we mean by the Rings of Generalized Groups?
The Rings of Generalized Groups include:
Double Coset Algebras: i.e. Hecke algebras of the form
eHKGeH, where K is a field of characteristic 0, G is a finite
group, H is a subgroup of G, and eH = 1
|H|
hH
h is the
idempotent corresponding to the trivial character of H;
Allen Herman The Rings of Generalized Groups
What do we mean by the Rings of Generalized Groups?

  

Source: Argerami, Martin - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina

 

Collections: Mathematics