By I. G. Macdonald
A passable and coherent concept of orthogonal polynomials in numerous variables, connected to root platforms, and reckoning on or extra parameters, has constructed lately. This entire account of the topic offers a unified starting place for the speculation to which I.G. Macdonald has been a imperative contributor. the 1st 4 chapters lead as much as bankruptcy five which includes the entire major effects.
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13) Let λ ∈ L , i ∈ I . Then si λ > λ if and only if ai (λ ) > 0. 9) if i = 0. If i = 0 and a0 (λ ) = r > 0 let µ = s0 λ = λ −a0 (λ )α0∨ = λ +r ϕ ∨ , and sϕ µ = λ −ϕ ∨ , so that λ lies in the interior of the segment [µ , sϕ µ ] and therefore λ < µ . Finally, if a0 (λ ) < 0, interchange λ and µ . 5, and k the dual labelling of S . 2). 8 The functions rk , rk 35 Dually, if λ ∈ L let u (λ) ∈ W be the shortest element of the coset t(λ)W0 , and deﬁne rk (λ) = u (λ)(−ρ k ). 3) Proof η(x) = 1 if x > 0, −1 if x ≤ 0.
5). We may write λ = µ − ν with µ , ν both dominant and <µ , αi > = <ν , αi > = 0. 8) Ti commutes with both Y µ and Y ν , hence also with Y λ . 6), suppose ﬁrst that λ is dominant. Then µ = λ +si λ is also dominant, and <µ , αi > = 0. Let w = t(λ )si t(λ ) = si t(µ ). 1). 6) for λ dominant. If now λ is not dominant, let ν = λ − πi , so that <ν , αi > = 0. 5). 6). 6) when R is of type Cn , L = Q ∨ and αi is the long simple root of R. In that case <λ , αi > is an even integer for all λ ∈ L . 2) that u j = t(π j )v −1 j for j ∈ J .
If wsi = s j w then T (w)Ti = T j T (w). Proof We have swa i = wsi w −1 = s j , hence wai = εa j where ε = ±1. 7), T (w)Tiε = T (wsi ) = T (s j w) = T jε T (w) and therefore T (w)Ti = T j T (w). 9) Let u, v ∈ W and let u −1 v = u j si1 · · · si p be a reduced expression (so that l(u −1 v) = p). Let br = u j si1 · · · sir −1 (air ) for 1 ≤ r ≤ p. Then ε T (u)−1 T (v) = U j Tiε1 1 · · · Ti p p where εr = σ (ubr ) (1 ≤ r ≤ p). Proof This is by induction on p. 5). If p ≥ 1 we have u −1 vsi p = u j si1 · · · si p−1 and hence by the inductive hypothesis ε p−1 T (u)−1 T (vsi p ) = U j Tiε1 1 · · · Ti p−1 with ε1 , .
Affine Hecke Algebras and Orthogonal Polynomials by I. G. Macdonald