Johnston, David (2012) Quasiinvariants of hyperplane arrangements. PhD thesis, University of Glasgow.
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Abstract
The ring of quasiinvariants $Q_m$ can be associated with the root system $R$ and multiplicity function $m$. It first appeared in the work of Chalykh and Veselov in the context of quantum CalogeroMoser systems. One can define an analogue $Q_{\mathcal{A}}$ of this ring for a collection $\mathcal{A}$ of vectors with multiplicities. We study the algebraic properties of these rings. For the class of arrangements on the plane with at most one multiplicity greater than one we show that the Gorenstein property for $Q_{\mathcal{A}}$ is equivalent to the existence of the BakerAkhiezer function, thus suggesting a new perspective on systems of CalogeroMoser type.
The rings of quasiinvariants $Q_m$ have a well known interpretation as modules for the spherical subalgebra of the rational Cherednik algebra with integer valued multiplicity function. We explicitly construct the antiinvariant quasiinvariant polynomials corresponding to the root system $A_n$ as certain representations of the spherical subalgebra of the Cherednik algebra $H_{1/m}(S_{mn})$. We also study the relation of the algebra $\Lambda_{n,1,k}$ introduced by Sergeev and Veselov to the ring of quasiinvariants for the deformed root system $\mathcal{A}_n(k)$. We find the Poincar\'e series for a `symmetric part' of $Q_{\mathcal{A}_n(k)}$ for positive integer values of $k$.
Item Type:  Thesis (PhD) 

Qualification Level:  Doctoral 
Keywords:  Rings of quasiinvariants, gorenstein, bakerakhiezer function, rational cherednik algebra 
Subjects:  Q Science > QA Mathematics 
Colleges/Schools:  College of Science and Engineering > School of Mathematics and Statistics > Mathematics 
Supervisor's Name:  Feigin, Dr. Misha 
Date of Award:  2012 
Depositing User:  Mr David Johnston 
Unique ID:  glathesis:20123169 
Copyright:  Copyright of this thesis is held by the author. 
Date Deposited:  09 Feb 2012 
Last Modified:  10 Dec 2012 14:04 
URI:  http://theses.gla.ac.uk/id/eprint/3169 
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