MFO-RIMS Tandem Workshop: Symmetries on Polynomial Ideals and Varieties
Gunnar FløystadUniversity of Bergen, Norway
Satoshi MuraiWaseda University, Tokyo, Japan
Cordian RienerUiT The Arctic University of Norway, Tromsø, Norway
Kohji YanagawaKansai University, Osaka, Japan
The study of symmetry as a structural property of algebraic objects is one of the fundamental pillows of the developments of modern mathematics, most prominently beginning with the work of Abel and Galois. The focus of the workshop was on permutation actions of the symmetric group on polynomial rings and algebraic and semi-algebraic sets. More concretely, it was centered around recent developments in the asymptotic setup of symmetric ideals in the polynomial ring in infinitely many variables.
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Gunnar Fløystad, Satoshi Murai, Cordian Riener, Kohji Yanagawa, MFO-RIMS Tandem Workshop: Symmetries on Polynomial Ideals and Varieties. Oberwolfach Rep. 18 (2021), no. 3, pp. 2365–2396DOI 10.4171/OWR/2021/43