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MODULAR REPRESENTATIONS OF HECKE ALGEBRAS
, 2005
"... Abstract. These notes are based on a course given at the EPFL in May 2005. It is concerned with the representation theory of Hecke algebras in the nonsemisimple case. We explain the role that these algebras play in the modular representation theory of finite groups of Lie type and survey the recent ..."
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Abstract. These notes are based on a course given at the EPFL in May 2005. It is concerned with the representation theory of Hecke algebras in the nonsemisimple case. We explain the role that these algebras play in the modular representation theory of finite groups of Lie type and survey
MODULAR REPRESENTATIONS OF HECKE ALGEBRAS
, 2006
"... Abstract. These notes are based on a course given at the EPFL in May 2005. It is concerned with the representation theory of Hecke algebras in the nonsemisimple case. We explain the role that these algebras play in the modular representation theory of finite groups of Lie type and survey the recent ..."
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Abstract. These notes are based on a course given at the EPFL in May 2005. It is concerned with the representation theory of Hecke algebras in the nonsemisimple case. We explain the role that these algebras play in the modular representation theory of finite groups of Lie type and survey
COXETER ORBITS AND MODULAR REPRESENTATIONS
"... Abstract. We study the modular representations of finite groups of Lie type arising in the cohomology of certain quotients of DeligneLusztig varieties associated with Coxeter elements. These quotients are related to GelfandGraev representations and we present a conjecture on the DeligneLusztig re ..."
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Abstract. We study the modular representations of finite groups of Lie type arising in the cohomology of certain quotients of DeligneLusztig varieties associated with Coxeter elements. These quotients are related to GelfandGraev representations and we present a conjecture on the Deligne
On the Modular Representation of Architectural Aspects
 In Proc. of the European Workshop on Software Architecture
, 2006
"... Abstract. An architectural aspect is a concern that cuts across architecture modularity units and cannot be effectively modularized using the given abstractions of conventional Architecture Description Languages (ADLs). Dealing with crosscutting concerns is not a trivial task since they affect each ..."
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concepts at the architectural level. In addition, they do not naturally support heterogeneous architectural aspects and proper resolution of aspect interactions. This paper presents AspectualACME, a simple and seamless extension of the ACME ADL to support the modular representation of architectural aspects
Modular Representations Of Profinite Groups∗
, 2009
"... Our aim is to transfer several foundational results from the modular representation theory of finite groups to the wider context of profinite groups. We are thus interested in profinite modules over the completed group algebra k[[G]] of a profinite group G, where k is a finite field of characterist ..."
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Our aim is to transfer several foundational results from the modular representation theory of finite groups to the wider context of profinite groups. We are thus interested in profinite modules over the completed group algebra k[[G]] of a profinite group G, where k is a finite field
Invariants in modular representation theory
"... ... scheme is almost always wild. Hence, there is no hope to classify indecomposable representations making them fit into a nice, concise picture. In this talk, we present several new constructions of invariants of modular representations with an idea that they will serve as navigational devices in ..."
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... scheme is almost always wild. Hence, there is no hope to classify indecomposable representations making them fit into a nice, concise picture. In this talk, we present several new constructions of invariants of modular representations with an idea that they will serve as navigational devices
Ghosts in modular representation theory
 Advances in Mathematics
"... Abstract. A ghost over a finite group G is a map between modular representations of G which is invisible in Tate cohomology. Motivated by the failure of the generating hypothesis—the statement that ghosts between finitedimensional Grepresentations factor through a projective—we define the compact ..."
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Abstract. A ghost over a finite group G is a map between modular representations of G which is invisible in Tate cohomology. Motivated by the failure of the generating hypothesis—the statement that ghosts between finitedimensional Grepresentations factor through a projective—we define the compact
MODULAR REPRESENTATION THEORY AND GEOMETRY
"... The representation theory of algebraic groups is both a classical subject and one of active investigation. Over an algebraically closed field of characteristic zero we have a reasonably complete picture – the category of representations is semisimple, the simple objects are parametrized by highest w ..."
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The representation theory of algebraic groups is both a classical subject and one of active investigation. Over an algebraically closed field of characteristic zero we have a reasonably complete picture – the category of representations is semisimple, the simple objects are parametrized by highest
Learning modular representations from . . .
, 2010
"... The introduction of the efficient coding hypothesis by Barlow in 1961 marked the beginning of a detailed investigation into how neurons could adapt their receptive field (RF) profiles to represent their external sensory environment more efficiently. The efficiency of the neural code was originally s ..."
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processing in sensory systems has shifted from a neuroncentric view to a networkcentric one. The sparse coding hypothesis attempts to describe how efficient coding can be performed at the network level. In sparse coding models, a network’s representation is deemed efficient if the number of neurons
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