Symmetric group representations and Z

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Adve, Anshul ; Yong, Alexander (2017)
  • Subject: Mathematics - Combinatorics

We discuss implications of the following statement about the representation theory of symmetric groups: every integer appears infinitely often as an irreducible character evaluation, and every nonnegative integer appears infinitely often as a Littlewood-Richardson coefficient and as a Kronecker coefficient.
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