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Given two Siegel eigenforms of different weights, we determine explicit sets of Hecke eigenvalues for the two forms that must be distinct. In degree two, and under some additional conditions, we determine explicit sets of Fourier coefficients of the two forms that must be distinct.
We present an implementation in the functional programming language Haskell of the PLE decomposition of matrices over division rings. Our benchmarks indicate that it is competitive with the C-based implementation provided in Flint. Describing the guiding principles of our work, we introduce the reader to basic ideas from high-performance functional programming.
Consider the Fourier expansions of two elements of a given space of modular forms. How many leading coefficients must agree in order to guarantee that the two expansions are the same? Sturm [20] gave an upper bound for modular forms of a given weight and level. This was adapted by Ram
Murty [16] and Ghitza [5] to the case of two eigenforms of the same level but having potentially different weights. We consider their expansions modulo a prime ideal, presenting a new bound. In the process of...
Let $n_0(N,k)$ be the number of initial Fourier coefficients necessary to distinguish newforms of level $N$ and even weight $k$. We produce extensive data to support our conjecture that if $N$ is a fixed squarefree positive integer and $k$ is large then $n_0(N,k)$ is the least prime that does not divide $N$.
We use vanishing results for sheaf cohomology on Siegel modular varieties to study two lifting problems: (a) When can Siegel modular forms (mod p) be lifted to characteristic zero? This uses and extends previous results for cusp forms by Stroh and Lan-Suh. (b) When is the restriction of Siegel modular forms to the boundary of the moduli space a surjective map? We investigate this question in arbitrary characteristic, generalising analytic results of Weissauer and Arakawa.
Let G be a simple classical algebraic group over an algebraically closed field of positive characteristic. We describe the support variety of a simple G-module over the r-th Frobenius kernel of G, in terms of its calculation over the first Frobenius kernel. We then use this result to compute the block varieties of the Frobenius kernels of G.
Let $G$ be a simple algebraic group over an algebraically closed field of characteristic $p$, and assume that $p$ is a very good prime for $G$. Let $P$ be a parabolic subgroup whose unipotent radical $U_P$ has nilpotence class less than $p$. We show that there exists a particularly nice Springer isomorphism for $G$ which restricts to a certain canonical isomorphism $\text{Lie}(U_P) \xrightarrow{\sim} U_P$ defined by J.-P. Serre. This answers a question raised both by G. McNinch in \cite{M2}, ...
Let $H$ be a linear algebraic group over an algebraically closed field of characteristic $p>0$. We prove that any "exponential map" for $H$ induces a bijection between the variety of $r$-tuples of commuting $[p]$-nilpotent elements in $Lie(H)$ and the variety of height $r$ infinitesimal one-parameter subgroups of $H$. In particular, we show that for a connected reductive group $G$ in pretty good characteristic, there is a canonical exponential map for $G$ and hence a canonical bijection betwe...
In this paper we study the T-equivariant generalized cohomology of flag varieties using two models, the Borel model and the moment graph model. We study the differences between the Schubert classes and the Bott-Samelson classes. After setup of the general framework we compute, for classes of Schubert varieties of complex dimension
The affine and degenerate affine Birman-Murakami-Wenzl (BMW) algebras arise naturally in the context of Schur-Weyl duality for orthogonal and symplectic quantum groups and Lie algebras, respectively. Cyclotomic BMW algebras, affine and cyclotomic Hecke algebras, and their degenerate versions are quotients. In this paper we explain how the affine and degenerate affine BMW algebras are tantalizers (tensor power centralizer algebras) by defining actions of the affine braid group and the degenera...
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