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Doty, Stephen (2014)
Languages: English
Types: Preprint
Subjects: 20M32, Mathematics - Representation Theory

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arxiv: Mathematics::Category Theory
The rational representation theory of a reductive normal algebraic monoid (with one-dimensional center) forms a highest weight category, in the sense of Cline, Parshall, and Scott. This is a fundamental fact about the representation theory of reductive normal algebraic monoids. We survey how this result was obtained, and treat some natural examples coming from classical groups.
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