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The lengths of the maximal blocks of consecutive 0’s in σ(π)), arranged in nonincreasing order. For example, for the path on the left in Figure 3 we have β = (3, 2, 2, 1). By convention we set β(∅) = ∅. Deﬁne H(z) k via the equation 1/H(−z) := ∞ k=0 ek z . 20, Haiman [Hai94, pp. 47-48] derived the following. 21. 67) n=0 k=0 Then for n ≥ 0, n q −( 2 ) h∗n (q)z n H(−q −1 z)H(−q −2 z) · · · H(−q −n z). 68) q area(π) eβ(π) . π∈L+ n,n For example, we have h∗3 (q) = q 3 e3 + q 2 e2,1 + 2qe2,1 + e13 .
MACDONALD POLYNOMIALS AND THE SPACE OF DIAGONAL HARMONICS Proof. We obtain dim(V (μ)) from the Frobenius series by replacing each sλ by f λ , then letting q = t = 1. 41) f λf λ, dim(V (μ)) = λ n which is well known to equal n!. 1 were together known as the “n! conjecture”. 8. 42) F (V (μ); q, t) = F(V (μ ); t, q). 30). 9. We have ˜ 1n [X; q, t] = F (V (1n ); q, t) H = F (Hn ; t) (t; t)n sλ (1, t, t2 , . . 56). 43) ˜ n = (q)n hn H X . 10. 44) ˜ μ , en−d hd = en−d [Bμ ], H μ n. Use this to conclude there is one occurrence of the trivial representation in V (μ), corresponding to V (μ)(0,0) , and one occurrence of the sign representation, corresponding to V (μ)(n(μ),n(μ )) = Δμ .
58) ti−1 Bλ (q, t) = i≥1 1 − q λi , 1−q eq. 59) a l+1 ) x∈μ (1 − q t Pμ l n a x∈μ (t − t q ) n 1 + t + . . 11). Eq. 55) thus follows for z = tn . 55) as a statement saying two polynomials in z are equal, and two polynomials which agree on inﬁnitely many values z = tn must be identically equal. 38 2. 17. 61) = . 62) (1 − zq a tl ). x∈μ Let ∇ be the linear operator on symmetric functions which satisﬁes ˜ μ = Tμ H ˜ μ. 63) It turns out that many of the results in Macdonald polynomials and diagonal harmonics can be elegantly expressed in terms of ∇.