Comments related to infinite wedge representations

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Grieve, Nathan;
  • Subject: Mathematics - Combinatorics | Mathematics - Representation Theory

We study the infinite wedge representation and show how it is related to the universal extension of $g[t,t^{-1}]$ the loop algebra of a complex semi-simple Lie algebra $g$. We also give an elementary proof of the boson-fermion correspondence. Our approach to proving thi... View more
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