94 research outputs found

### Embedding of the rank 1 DAHA into Mat(2,Tq) and its automorphisms

In this review paper we show how the Cherednik algebra of type
$\check{C_1}C_1$ appears naturally as quantisation of the group algebra of the
monodromy group associated to the sixth Painlev\'e equation. This fact
naturally leads to an embedding of the Cherednik algebra of type
$\check{C_1}C_1$ into $Mat(2,\mathbb T_q)$, i.e. $2\times 2$ matrices with
entries in the quantum torus. For $q=1$ this result is equivalent to say that
the Cherednik algebra of type $\check{C_1}C_1$ is Azumaya of degree $2$
\cite{O}. By quantising the action of the braid group and of the Okamoto
transformations on the monodromy group associated to the sixth Painlev\'e
equation we study the automorphisms of the Cherednik algebra of type
$\check{C_1}C_1$ and conjecture the existence of a new automorphism. Inspired
by the confluences of the Painlev\'e equations, we produce similar embeddings
for the confluent Cherednik algebras $\mathcal H_V,\mathcal H_{IV},\mathcal
H_{III},\mathcal H_{II}$ and $\mathcal H_{I},$ defined in arXiv:1307.6140.Comment: Dedicated to Masatoshi Noumi for his 60th birthda

### Quantum ordering for quantum geodesic functions of orbifold Riemann surfaces

We determine the explicit quantum ordering for a special class of quantum
geodesic functions corresponding to geodesics joining exactly two orbifold
points or holes on a non-compact Riemann surface. We discuss some special cases
in which these quantum geodesic functions form sub--algebras of some abstract
algebras defined by the reflection equation and we extend our results to the
quantisation of matrix elements of the Fuchsian group associated to the Riemann
surface in Poincar\'e uniformization. In particular we explore an interesting
relation between the deformed $U_q(\mathfrak{sl}_2)$ and the Zhedanov algebra
AW(3).Comment: 22 pages; 6 figures in LaTeX; contribution to AMS volume dedicated to
the 75th birthday of S.P.Noviko

### Confluence on the Painlev\'e Monodromy Manifolds, their Poisson Structure and Quantisation

In this paper we obtain a system of flat coordinates on the monodromy
manifold of each of the Painlev\'e equations. This allows us to quantise such
manifolds. We produce a quantum confluence procedure between cubics in such a
way that quantisation and confluence commute. We also investigate the
underlying cluster algebra structure and the relation to the versal
deformations of singularities of type $D_4,A_3,A_2$, and $A_1$.Comment: Version 1, 16 pages, 3 figure

### Canonical structure and symmetries of the Schlesinger equations

The Schlesinger equations $S_{(n,m)}$ describe monodromy preserving
deformations of order $m$ Fuchsian systems with $n+1$ poles. They can be
considered as a family of commuting time-dependent Hamiltonian systems on the
direct product of $n$ copies of $m\times m$ matrix algebras equipped with the
standard linear Poisson bracket. In this paper we present a new canonical
Hamiltonian formulation of the general Schlesinger equations $S_{(n,m)}$ for
all $n$, $m$ and we compute the action of the symmetries of the Schlesinger
equations in these coordinates.Comment: 92 pages, no figures. Theorem 1.2 corrected, other misprints removed.
To appear on Comm. Math. Phy

### Algebras of quantum monodromy data and decorated character varieties

The Riemann-Hilbert correspondence is an isomorphism between the de Rham
moduli space and the Betti moduli space, defined by associating to each
Fuchsian system its monodromy representation class. In 1997 Hitchin proved that
this map is a symplectomorphism. In this paper, we address the question of what
happens to this theory if we extend the de Rham moduli space by allowing
connections with higher order poles. In our previous paper arXiv:1511.03851,
based on the idea of interpreting higher order poles in the connection as
boundary components with bordered cusps (vertices of ideal triangles in the
Poincar\'e metric) on the Riemann surface, we introduced the notion of
decorated character variety to generalize the Betti moduli space. This
decorated character variety is the quotient of the space of representations of
the fundamental groupid of arcs by a product of unipotent Borel sub-groups (one
per bordered cusp). Here we prove that this representation space is endowed
with a Poisson structure induced by the Fock--Rosly bracket and show that the
quotient by unipotent Borel subgroups giving rise to the decorated character
variety is a Poisson reduction. We deal with the Poisson bracket and its
quantization simultaneously, thus providing a quantisation of the decorated
character variety. In the case of dimension 2, we also endow the representation
space with explicit Darboux coordinates. We conclude with a conjecture on the
extended Riemann-Hilbert correspondence in the case of higher order poles.Comment: Dedicated to Nigel Hitchin for his 70th birthday. 22 pages, 6 figure

### Generating Function Associated with the Determinant Formula for the Solutions of the Painleve' II Equation

In this paper we consider a Hankel determinant formula for generic solutions
of the Painleve' II equation. We show that the generating functions for the
entries of the Hankel determinants are related to the asymptotic solution at
infinity of the linear problem of which the Painleve' II equation describes the
isomonodromic deformations.Comment: 9 pages, dedicated to Jean Pierre Ramis. A comment on summability is
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