Physics and Combinatorics 2000: Proceedings of the Nagoya 2000 International Workshop : Graduate School of Mathematics, Nagoya University, 21-26 August, 2000

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World Scientific, Jan 1, 2001 - Science - 329 pages
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The Nagoya 2000 International Workshop gathered together a group of scientists actively working in combinatorics, representation theory, special functions, number theory and mathematical physics, to acquaint the participants with some basic results in their fields and to discuss existing and possible interactions between the mentioned subjects. This volume constitutes the proceedings of the workshop. Contents: Vanishing Theorems and Character Formulas for the Hilbert Scheme of Points in the Plane (M Haiman); Exclusion Statistics and Chiral Partition Function (K Hikami); On the Spectrum of Dehn Twists in Quantum Teichmller Theory (R Kashaev); Introduction to Tropical Combinatorics (A Kirillov); Transition on Grothendieck Polynomials (A Lascoux); Generalized HAlder''s Theorem for Multiple Gamma Function (M Nishizawa); Quantum Calogero-Moser Models: Complete Integrability for All the Root Systems (R Sasaki); Simplification of Thermodynamic BetheOCoAnsatz Equations (M Takahashi); and other papers. Readership: Researchers and graduates in mathematical physics and combinatorics & graph theory."

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Exclusion Statistics and Chiral Partition Function
Forresters Constant Term Conjecture and its analogue
On the Spectrum of Dehn Twists in Quantum Teichmtiller Theory
Introduction to Tropical Combinatorics
Bethes States for Generalized XXXand XXZ models
Transition on Grothendieck Polynomials
Tableau Representation for Macdonalds Ninth Variation of
analogue of the characters of Finite Dimensional
Generalized Holders Theorem for Multiple Gamma Function
Complete Integrability
Green Functions Associated to Complex Reflection Groups
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