By Marie-Paule Malliavin

ISBN-10: 3540543775

ISBN-13: 9783540543770

Those complaints replicate the most actions of the Paris S?minaire d'Alg?bre 1989-1990, with a chain of papers in Invariant idea, illustration idea and Combinatorics. It comprises unique works from J. Dixmier, F. Dumas, D. Krob, P. Pragacz and B.J. Schmid, in addition to a brand new presentation of Derived different types through J.E. Bj?rk and as creation to the deformation conception of Lie equations through J.F. Pommaret. J. Dixmier: Sur les invariants du groupe sym?trique dans certaines repr?sentations II.- B.J. Schmid: Finite teams and invariant theory.- J.E. Bj?rk: Derived categories.- P. Pragacz: Algebro-Geometric functions of Schur S- and Q-polynomials.- F. Dumas: Sous-corps de fractions rationnelles des corps gauches de s?ries de Laurent.- D. Krob: Expressions rationnelles sur un anneau.- J.F. Pommaret: Deformation thought of algebraic and Geometric structures.- M. van den Bergh: Differential operators on semi-invariants for tori and weighted projective areas.

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We will see here how to do that, and give some examples of the treasures that can be found in this way. In Chapter 8 we deal with the question of solving linear recurrences with polynomial coefficients. In all of the examples earlier in the book, the computer analysis of an identity will produce just such a recurrence that the sum satisfies. If we want to prove that a certain right hand side is the correct one, then we just check that the claimed right hand side satisfies the same recurrence and we check a few initial conditions.

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