A basis of the centralizer algebra for the action of the complex reflection group G(r, p, n) on the tensor product of its reflection representa- tion was given by Tanabe, and for p = 1, the corresponding partition algebra was studied by Orellana. In this talk, we first define the partition algebra for G(r, p, n) and call it Tanabe algebra. Along with the corresponding Schur–Weyl duality, using a confluence of ideas from Okounkov–Vershik approach, Clifford theory and higher Specht polynomials, we give a parametrization of the irreducible modules of Tanabe algebras and construct the Bratteli dia- gram. Furthermore, we give Jucys–Murphy elements and their actions on the canonical Gelfand–Tsetlin basis of irreducible modules of Tanabe algebras. In the process, we also obtain some new results in the representation theory of complex reflection groups. The results presented in this talk form a part of a joint work with Dr. Shraddha Srivastava.
SMS Conference Room (via GoogleMeet)
Universidade Federal Do Pará
On representation theory of partition algebras for complex reflection groups