Advanced Studies in Pure Mathematics

Schubert Calculus — Osaka 2012

Editors: Hiroshi Naruse, Takeshi Ikeda, Mikiya Masuda, and Toshiyuki Tanisaki

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Editors
Hiroshi Naruse, Takeshi Ikeda, Mikiya Masuda, and Toshiyuki Tanisaki

Conference
Mathematical Society of Japan–Seasonal Institute — Schubert Calculus
July 17-27, 2012
Osaka City University

Publication information
Advanced Studies in Pure Mathematics, Volume 71
Tokyo, Japan: Mathematical Society of Japan, 2016
518 pp.

Dates
Publication date: 2016
First available in Project Euclid: 4 October 2018

Permanent link to this proceedings volume
https://projecteuclid.org/euclid.aspm/1538622989

Digital Object Identifier:
doi:10.2969/aspm/07110000

ISBN:
978-4-86497-039-6
978-4-86497-038-9

Mathematical Reviews (MathSciNet):
MR3645405

Subjects
Primary: 14-06: Proceedings, conferences, collections, etc.
Secondary: 05-06: Proceedings, conferences, collections, etc. 05Exx: Algebraic combinatorics 14N15: Classical problems, Schubert calculus 20-06

Citation
Schubert Calculus — Osaka 2012, H. Naruse, T. Ikeda, M. Masuda and T. Tanisaki, eds. (Tokyo: Mathematical Society of Japan, 2016)

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Abstract

This volume contains the proceedings of the 5th MSJ Seasonal Institute on Schubert Calculus, held at Osaka City University, from September 17–27, 2012. It is recommended for all researchers and graduate students who are interested in Schubert calculus and its many connections and applications to related areas of mathematics, such as geometric representation theory, combinatorial aspects of algebraic varieties arising in Lie theory, and equivariant topology.

Alain Lascoux, one of the pioneers of modern Schubert calculus and a contributor to this volume, passed away during the time of the editing process of the proceedings. This volume is dedicated to him.