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    Planar Harmonic Polynomials of Type B

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    The hyperoctahedral group is the Weyl group of type B and is associated with a two-parameter family of differential-difference operators T_i, i=1,..,N (the dimension of the underlying Euclidean space). These operators are analogous to partial derivative operators. This paper finds all the polynomials in N variables which are annihilated by the sum of the squares (T_1)^2+(T_2)^2 and by all T_i for i>2 (harmonic). They are given explicitly in terms of a novel basis of polynomials, defined by generating functions. The harmonic polynomials can be used to find wave functions for the quantum many-body spin Calogero model.Comment: 17 pages, LaTe

    Vector Polynomials and a Matrix Weight Associated to Dihedral Groups

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    The space of polynomials in two real variables with values in a 2-dimensional irreducible module of a dihedral group is studied as a standard module for Dunkl operators. The one-parameter case is considered (omitting the two-parameter case for even dihedral groups). The matrix weight function for the Gaussian form is found explicitly by solving a boundary value problem, and then computing the normalizing constant. An orthogonal basis for the homogeneous harmonic polynomials is constructed. The coefficients of these polynomials are found to be balanced terminating 4F3_4F_3-series

    Symbolic integration with respect to the Haar measure on the unitary group

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    We present IntU package for Mathematica computer algebra system. The presented package performs a symbolic integration of polynomial functions over the unitary group with respect to unique normalized Haar measure. We describe a number of special cases which can be used to optimize the calculation speed for some classes of integrals. We also provide some examples of usage of the presented package.Comment: 7 pages, two columns, published version, software available at: https://github.com/iitis/Int

    Symmetric and Antisymmetric Vector-valued Jack Polynomials

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    Polynomials with values in an irreducible module of the symmetric group can be given the structure of a module for the rational Cherednik algebra, called a standard module. This algebra has one free parameter and is generated by differential-difference ("Dunkl") operators, multiplication by coordinate functions and the group algebra. By specializing Griffeth's (arXiv:0707.0251) results for the G(r,p,n) setting, one obtains norm formulae for symmetric and antisymmetric polynomials in the standard module. Such polynomials of minimum degree have norms which involve hook-lengths and generalize the norm of the alternating polynomial.Comment: 22 pages, added remark about the Gordon-Stafford Theorem, corrected some typo
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