An algorithm to compute the canonical basis of an irreducible Uq(g)-module

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de Graaf, W. A.;
  • Subject: 17B37 | Mathematics - Representation Theory | Mathematics - Quantum Algebra
    arxiv: Mathematics::Representation Theory

An algorithm is described to compute the canonical basis of an irreducible module over a quantized enveloping algebra of a finite-dimensional semisimple Lie algebra. The algorithm works for modules that are constructed as a submodule of a tensor product of modules with ... View more
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