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The diagonal coinvariant ring of a complex reflection group

Stephen Griffeth

Vol. 17 (2023), No. 11, 2033–2053
Abstract

For an irreducible complex reflection group W of rank n containing N reflections, we put g = 2Nn and construct a (g + 1)n-dimensional irreducible representation of the Cherednik algebra which is (as a vector space) a quotient of the diagonal coinvariant ring of W. We propose that this representation of the Cherednik algebra is the single largest representation bearing this relationship to the diagonal coinvariant ring, and that further corrections to this estimate of the dimension of the diagonal coinvariant ring by (g + 1)n should be orders of magnitude smaller. A crucial ingredient in the construction is the existence of a dot action of a certain product of symmetric groups (the Namikawa–Weyl group) acting on the parameter space of the rational Cherednik algebra and leaving invariant both the finite Hecke algebra and the spherical subalgebra; this fact is a consequence of ideas of Berest and Chalykh on the relationship between the Cherednik algebra and quasiinvariants.

Keywords
Diagonal coinvariant ring, complex reflection group, rational Cherednik algebra, double affine Hecke algebra
Mathematical Subject Classification
Primary: 05A10, 17B10, 20F55
Milestones
Received: 24 October 2022
Revised: 23 November 2022
Accepted: 3 January 2023
Published: 3 October 2023
Authors
Stephen Griffeth
Instituto de Mathemática y Física
Universidad de Talca
Chile

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