major counting of nonintersecting lattice paths and generating functions for tableaux by C. Krattenthaler

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  • Generating functions.,
  • Lattice paths.,
  • Young tableaux.,
  • Hypergeometric series.

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StatementC. Krattenthaler.
SeriesMemoirs of the American Mathematical Society,, no. 552
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LC ClassificationsQA3 .A57 no. 552, QA164.8 .A57 no. 552
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Paginationvi, 109 p. :
Number of Pages109
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Open LibraryOL1272497M
ISBN 100821826131
LC Control Number95003815

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A theory of counting nonintersecting lattice paths by the major index and its generalizations is developed. We obtain determinantal expressions for the corresponding generating functions for families of nonintersecting lattice paths with given starting points and given final points, where the starting points lie on a line parallel to [italic]x + [italic]y = 0.

Major counting of nonintersecting lattice paths and generating functions for tableaux / Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: C Krattenthaler. This refines both, Krattenthaler's ["The major counting of nonintersecting lattice paths and generating functions for tableaux", Mem.

Amer. Math. Soc. ()] and the author's ["A method for Author: Christian Krattenthaler. This work develops a theory for counting nonintersecting lattice paths by the major index and generalizations of it. As applications, Krattenthaler computes certain tableaux and plane partition generating functions.

In particular, he derives refinements of the Bender-Knuth and McMahon conjectures, thereby giving new proofs of these conjectures. List of C. Krattenthaler's papers 1. Enumeration of lattice paths and generating functions for skew plane partitions, Manuscripta Math.

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Krattenthaler MEMO/ Density of prime divisors of linear recurrences - Christian Ballot. This refines both, Krattenthaler's ["The major counting of nonintersecting lattice paths and generating functions for tableaux", Mem.

Amer. Math. Soc. ()] and the author's ["A method for. The Major Counting of Nonintersecting Lattice Paths and Generating Functions for Tableaux, Providence, Rhode Island: Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society, Google Scholar Cited by: Non-Intersecting up-right lattice paths and standard Young Tableaux.

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Find a closed form for the generating function for the number of lattice paths with up (1,1) and down (1,-1) starting at (0,0) and ending at (2n,0) remaining above the x axis of length 2n in which. Early work using this method includes Krattenthaler's () Generating functions for shifted plane partitions and The major counting of nonintersecting lattice paths and generating functions for tableaux (Krattenthaler, a).

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