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The 0-rook Monoid and its Representation Theory


We show that a proper degeneracy at q = 0 of the q-deformed rook monoid of Solomon is the algebra of a monoid R 0 n namely the 0-rook monoid, in the same vein as Norton's 0-Hecke algebra being the algebra of a monoid H 0 n := H 0 n (A) (in Cartan type A). As expected, R 0 n is closely related to the latter: it contains the H 0 n (A) monoid and is a quotient of H 0 n (B). It shares many properties with H 0 n , in particular it is J-trivial. It allows us to describe its representation theory including the description of the simple and projective modules. We further show that R 0 n is projective on H 0 n and make explicit the restriction and induction along the inclusion map. A more surprising fact is that there are several non classical tower structures on the family of (R 0 n) n∈N and we discuss some work in progress on their representation theory.
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hal-01691266 , version 1 (23-01-2018)


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Joël Gay, Florent Hivert. The 0-rook Monoid and its Representation Theory. FPSAC'17 - 29th international conference on Formal Power Series and Algebraic Combinatorics, Jul 2017, London, United Kingdom. ⟨hal-01691266⟩
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