Friday, June 29, 2012

1110.2187 (R. Rimányi et al.)

Extended Joseph polynomials, quantized conformal blocks, and a q-Selberg
type integral

R. Rimányi, V. Tarasov, A. Varchenko, P. Zinn-Justin
We consider the tensor power $V=(C^N)^{\otimes n}$ of the vector representation of $gl_N$ and its weight decomposition $V=\oplus_{\lambda=(\lambda_1,...,\lambda_N)}V[\lambda]$. For $\lambda = (\lambda_1 \geq ... \geq \lambda_N)$, the trivial bundle $V[\lambda]\times \C^n\to\C^n$ has a subbundle of q-conformal blocks at level l, where $l = \lambda_1-\lambda_N$ if $\lambda_1-\lambda_N> 0$ and l=1 if $\lambda_1-\lambda_N=0$. We construct a polynomial section $I_\lambda(z_1,...,z_n,h)$ of the subbundle. The section is the main object of the paper. We identify the section with the generating function $J_\lambda(z_1,...,z_n,h)$ of the extended Joseph polynomials of orbital varieties, defined in [DFZJ05,KZJ09]. For l=1, we show that the subbundle of q-conformal blocks has rank 1 and $I_\lambda(z_1,...,z_n,h)$ is flat with respect to the quantum Knizhnik-Zamolodchikov discrete connection. For N=2 and l=1, we represent our polynomial as a multidimensional q-hypergeometric integral and obtain a q-Selberg type identity, which says that the integral is an explicit polynomial.
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