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Induced cells

Author: Nan Hua Xi
Journal: Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 108 (1990), 25-29
MSC: Primary 20G20; Secondary 20C30
MathSciNet review: 984808
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Abstract: We define the concept of induced cells for affine Weyl groups which is compatible with the concept of induced unipotent classes under Lusztig's bijection between the set of two-sided cells of an affine Weyl group and the set of unipotent classes of a corresponding connected reductive algebraic group over $ {\mathbf{C}}$.

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Keywords: Two-sided cells, unipotent classes, admissible pairs
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