Exponential Hilbert series of equivariant embeddings

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Johnson, Wayne A.;
  • Subject: 20G05, 17B10 | Mathematics - Representation Theory

In this article, we study properties of the exponential Hilbert series of a $G$-equivariant projective variety, where $G$ is a semisimple, simply-connected complex linear algebraic group. We prove a relationship between the exponential Hilbert series and the degree and ... View more
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