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TR19-172 | 28th November 2019
Prasad Chaugule, Mrinal Kumar, Nutan Limaye, Chandra Kanta Mohapatra, Adrian She, Srikanth Srinivasan

Schur Polynomials do not have small formulas if the Determinant doesn't!

Schur Polynomials are families of symmetric polynomials that have been
classically studied in Combinatorics and Algebra alike. They play a central
role in the study of Symmetric functions, in Representation theory [Sta99], in
Schubert calculus [LM10] as well as in Enumerative combinatorics [Gas96, Sta84,
Sta99]. In recent years, they have ... more >>>




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