Hyperplane Arrangements, Springer Representations and Exponents

  • Abraham Broer
Part of the Progress in Mathematics book series (PM, volume 172)


Let g be a complex semisimple Lie algebra with adjoint groupGandLa Levi subgroupLwith Lie algebra l. LetT < Lbe a maximal torus with Lie algebra t and W =N G T/Tthe Weyl group acting on t as a reflection group.


Conjugacy Class Weyl Group Simple Root Parabolic Subgroup Maximal Torus 
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  • Abraham Broer
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  1. 1.Département de mathématiques et de statistiqueUniversité de MontréalMontréal (Québec)Canada

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