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Title: Representation theory of diagram algebras : subalgebras and generalisations of the partition algebra
Author: Ahmed, Chwas Abas
ISNI:       0000 0004 5993 1491
Awarding Body: University of Leeds
Current Institution: University of Leeds
Date of Award: 2016
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This thesis concerns the representation theory of diagram algebras and related problems. In particular, we consider subalgebras and generalisations of the partition algebra. We study the d-tonal partition algebra and the planar d-tonal partition algebra. Regarding the d-tonal partition algebra, a complete description of the J -classes of the underlying monoid of this algebra is obtained. Furthermore, the structure of the poset of J -classes of the d-tonal partition monoid is also studied and numerous combinatorial results are presented. We observe a connection between canonical elements of the d-tonal partition monoids and some combinatorial objects which describe certain types of hydrocarbons, by using the alcove system of some reflection groups. We show that the planar d-tonal partition algebra is quasi-hereditary and generically semisimple. The standard modules of the planar d-tonal partition algebra are explicitly constructed, and the restriction rules for the standard modules are also given. The planar 2-tonal partition algebra is closely related to the two coloured Fuss-Catalan algebra. We use this relation to transfer information from one side to the other. For example, we obtain a presentation of the 2-tonal partition algebra by generators and relations. Furthermore, we present a necessary and sufficient condition for semisimplicity of the two colour Fuss-Catalan algebra, under certain known restrictions.
Supervisor: Martin, Paul ; Parker, Alison Sponsor: Kurdistan Regional Government ; University of Sulaimani
Qualification Name: Thesis (Ph.D.) Qualification Level: Doctoral
EThOS ID: uk.bl.ethos.701726  DOI: Not available
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