Introduction to Twisted Commutative Algebras
by Steven V Sam, Andrew Snowden
Publisher: arXiv 2012
Number of pages: 56
This article is an expository account of the theory of twisted commutative algebras, which simply put, can be thought of as a theory for handling commutative algebras with large groups of linear symmetries. Examples include the coordinate rings of determinantal varieties, Segre-Veronese embeddings, and Grassmannians.
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