Description 
1 online resource : illustrations (some color) 
Series 
Progress in mathematics ; volume 340 

Progress in mathematics (Boston, Mass.) ; v. 340.

Contents 
Andruskiewitsch, Angiono, Heckenberger, Examples of FiniteDimensional Pointed Hopf Algebras in Positive Characteristic  Bakalov, de Sole, Kac, Vignoli, Poisson Vertex Algebra Cohomology and Differential Harrison Cohomology  Cattaneo, Mnev, Wernli, Theta Invariants of Lens Spaces via the BVBFV Formalism  Chari, Davis, Moruzzi, Jr., Generalized Demazure Models and Prime Representations of in Type $D_n$  Corteel, Mandelshtam, Williams, Cylindric Rhombic Tableaux and the TwoSpecies ASEP on a Ring  Di Francesco, Kedem, Macdonald Operators and Quantum QSystems for Classical Types  Gautam, Toledano Laredo, Wendlandt, The Meromorphic RMatrix of the Yangian  Gerasimov, Shatashvili, On Spectral Cover Equations in Simpson Integrable Systems  Giaquinto, Gilman, Tingley, PeterWeyl Bases, Preferred Deformations, and SchurWeyl Duality  Hernandez, Quantum Periodicity and KirillovReshetikhin Modules  Hsiao, Szenes, A Note on the EPolynomials of a Stratification of the Hilbert Scheme of Points  JohnsonFreyd, Galois Action on VOA Gauge Anomalies  JohnsonFreyd, HeisenbergPicture Quantum Field Theory  Jones, Irreducibility of the WYSIWYG Representations of Thompsons Group  Kirillov, Rigged Configurations and Unimodality  Mkrtchyan, Turning Point Processes in Plane Partitions with Periodic Weights of Arbitrary Period  AlQasimi, The Skein Category of the Annulus  Serganova, Tensor Product of the Fock Representation with its Dual and the Deligne Category  Smirnov, Exact Density Matrix for Quantum Group Invariant Sector of XXZ Model  Turaev, Loops in Surfaces and StarFillings 
Summary 
Over the course of his distinguished career, Nicolai Reshetikhin has made a number of groundbreaking contributions in several fields, including representation theory, integrable systems, and topology. The chapters in this volume compiled on the occasion of his 60th birthday are written by distinguished mathematicians and physicists and pay tribute to his many significant and lasting achievements. Covering the latest developments at the interface of noncommutative algebra, differential and algebraic geometry, and perspectives arising from physics, this volume explores topics such as the development of new and powerful knot invariants, new perspectives on enumerative geometry and string theory, and the introduction of cluster algebra and categorification techniques into a broad range of areas. Chapters will also cover novel applications of representation theory to random matrix theory, exactly solvable models in statistical mechanics, and integrable hierarchies. The recent progress in the mathematical and physicals aspects of deformation quantization and tensor categories is also addressed. Representation Theory, Mathematical Physics, and Integrable Systems will be of interest to a wide audience of mathematicians interested in these areas and the connections between them, ranging from graduate students to junior, midcareer, and senior researchers 
Bibliography 
Includes bibliographical references 
Notes 
Print version record 
Subject 
Representations of groups.


Mathematical physics.


Hamiltonian systems.


Representaciones de grupos


Física matemática


Sistemas de Hamilton


Hamiltonian systems


Mathematical physics


Representations of groups

Genre/Form 
Festschriften


Festschriften.

Form 
Electronic book

Author 
Reshetikhin, Nicolai, honouree


Alekseev, A. (Anton), 1967 editor.


Frenkel, Edward, 1968 editor.


Rosso, Marc, editor.


Webster, Ben, 1983 editor.


Yakimov, Milen, 1973 editor.

ISBN 
9783030781484 

3030781488 
