By Alexander Molev
The Yangians and twisted Yangians are outstanding associative algebras taking their origins from the paintings of St. Petersburg's institution of mathematical physics within the Eighties. the overall definitions got in next paintings of Drinfeld and Olshansky, and those algebras have considering the fact that came upon quite a few purposes in and connections with mathematical physics, geometry, illustration conception, and combinatorics. The e-book is an advent to the speculation of Yangians and twisted Yangians, with a specific emphasis at the dating with the classical matrix Lie algebras. a different algebraic method, the $R$-matrix formalism, is built and used because the major software for describing the constitution of Yangians. an in depth exposition of the top weight conception and the type theorems for finite-dimensional irreducible representations of those algebras is given. The Yangian point of view offers a unifying photo of numerous households of Casimir components for the classical Lie algebras and family members among those households. The Yangian symmetries play a key function in specific structures of all finite-dimensional irreducible representations of the orthogonal and symplectic Lie algebras through weight bases of Gelfand-Tsetlin variety
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