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## Geometric mitosis and Newton-Okounkov polytopes

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In [K], a convex-geometric algorithm was introduced for building new analogs of Gelfand–Zetlin polytopes for arbitrary reductive groups. Conjecturally, these polytopes coincide with the Newton–Okounkov polytopes of flag varieties for a geometric valuation. I outline an algorithm (geometric mitosis) for finding collec- tion of faces in these polytopes that represent a given Schubert cycle. For GL_n and Gelfand–Zetlin polytopes, this algorithm reduces to a geometric version of Knutson–Miller mitosis introduced in [KST].

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Vol. 11. Issue 2. , Zürich : European Mathematical Society Publishing house, 2014

Valentina Kiritchenko, Mathematical Research Letters 2016 Vol. 23 No. 4 P. 1069-1096

We describe an elementary convex geometric algorithm for realizing Schubert cycles in complete flag varieties by unions of faces of polytopes. For GL_n and Gelfand{Zetlin polytopes, combinatorics of this algorithm coincides with that of the mitosis on pipe dreams introduced by Knutson and Miller. For Sp_4 and a Newton{Okounkov polytope of the symplectic flag variety, ...

Added: February 25, 2016

Kiritchenko V., Padalko M., Schubert calculus on Newton-Okounkov polytopes / Cornell University. Series arXiv "math". 2018.

A Newton-Okounkov polytope of a complete flag variety can be turned into a convex geometric model for Schubert calculus. Namely, we can represent Schubert cycles by linear combinations of faces of the polytope so that the intersection product of cycles corresponds to the set-theoretic intersection of faces (whenever the latter are transverse). We explain the ...

Added: October 15, 2019

Kiritchenko V., Geometric mitosis / Cornell University. Series math "arxiv.org". 2014.

We describe an elementary convex geometric algorithm for realizing Schubert cycles in complete flag varieties by unions of faces of polytopes. For GL_n and Gelfand--Zetlin polytopes, combinatorics of this algorithm coincides with that of the mitosis on pipe dreams introduced by Knutson and Miller. For Sp_4 and a Newton--Okounkov polytope of the symplectic flag variety, ...

Added: September 17, 2014

Valentina Kirichenko, , in : Advanced Studies in Pure Mathematics, Volume 71, Schubert Calculus --- Osaka 2012 Edited by H. Naruse, T. Ikeda, M. Masuda and T. Tanisaki. : Mathematical Society of Japan, 2016. Ch. 6. P. 161-185.

We define convex-geometric counterparts of divided difference (or Demazure) operators from the Schubert calculus and representation theory. These operators are used to construct inductively polytopes that capture Demazure characters of representations of reductive groups. In particular, Gelfand-Zetlin polytopes and twisted cubes of Grossberg-Karshon are obtained in a uniform way. ...

Added: March 3, 2017

Kiritchenko V., Arnold Mathematical Journal 2019 Vol. 5 No. 2-3 P. 355-371

For classical groups SL(n), SO(n) and Sp(2n), we define uniformly geometric valuations on the corresponding complete flag varieties. The valuation in every type comes from a natural coordinate system on the open Schubert cell and is combinatorially related to the Gelfand-Zetlin pattern in the same type. In types A and C, we identify the corresponding ...

Added: October 15, 2019

Kiritchenko V., Smirnov E., Timorin V., Успехи математических наук 2012 Т. 67 № 4 С. 89-128

We describe a new approach to the Schubert calculus on complete flag varieties using the volume polynomial associated with Gelfand-Zetlin polytopes. This approach allows us to compute the intersection products of Schubert cycles by intersecting faces of a polytope. ...

Added: September 19, 2012

Smirnov E., В кн. : Тезисы докладов седьмой школы-конференции "Алгебры Ли, алгебраические группы и теория инвариантов". : Самара : Инсома-пресс, 2018. С. 43-44.

We define simplicial complexes for slide polynomials and show that they are always homeomorphic to balls or spheres. ...

Added: October 7, 2019

Mathematical Society of Japan, 2016

This volume contains the proceedings of the 5th MSJ Seasonal Institute on Schubert Calculus, held at Osaka City University, from September 17–27, 2012. It is recommended for all researchers and graduate students who are interested in Schubert calculus and its many connections and applications to related areas of mathematics, such as geometric representation theory, combinatorial ...

Added: October 19, 2020

Kiritchenko V., Padalko M., , in : Interactions with Lattice Polytopes Magdeburg, Germany, September 2017. : Springer, 2022. P. 233-249.

A Newton–Okounkov polytope of a complete flag variety can be turned into a convex geometric model for Schubert calculus. Namely, we can represent Schubert cycles by linear combinations of faces of the polytope so that the intersection product of cycles corresponds to the set-theoretic intersection of faces (whenever the latter are transverse). We explain the ...

Added: January 31, 2023

Kiritchenko V., , in : Oberwolfach Reports. Issue 9.: Oberwolfach : European Mathematical Society Publishing house, 2012. P. 5-7.

I describe a convex geometric procedure for building generalized Newton polytopes of Schubert varieties. One of the goals is to extend to arbitrary reductive groups our joint work with Evgeny Smirnov and Vladlen Timorin on Schubert calculus (in type A) in terms of Gelfand-Zetlin polytopes. ...

Added: November 17, 2012

Kiritchenko V., Push-pull operators on convex polytopes / Cornell University. Series arXiv "math". 2020.

A classical result of Schubert calculus is an inductive description of Schubert cycles using divided difference (or push-pull) operators in Chow rings. We define convex geometric analogs of push-pull operators and describe their applications to the theory of Newton-Okounkov convex bodies. Convex geometric push-pull operators yield an inductive construction of Newton-Okounkov polytopes of Bott-Samelson varieties. ...

Added: October 13, 2021

Kiritchenko V., Timorin V., Smirnov E., Oberwolfach Reports 2011 Vol. 8 No. 3 P. 2341-2344

We construct generalized Newton polytopes for Schubert subvarieties in the variety of complete flags in C^n . Every such “polytope” is a union of faces of a Gelfand–Zetlin polytope (the latter is a well-known Newton–Okounkov body for the flag variety). These unions of faces are responsible for Demazure characters of Schubert varieties and were originally used ...

Added: November 17, 2012

Valentina Kiritchenko, Transformation Groups 2017 Vol. 22 No. 2 P. 387-402

We compute the Newton-Okounkov bodies of line bundles on the complete flag variety of GL_n for a geometric valuation coming from a flag of translated Schubert subvarieties. The Schubert subvarieties correspond to the terminal subwords in the decomposition (s_1)(s_2s_1)(s_3s_2s_1)(...)(s_{n-1}...s_1) of the longest element in the Weyl group. The resulting Newton-Okounkov bodies coincide with the Feigin-Fourier-Littelmann-Vinberg ...

Added: February 25, 2016

M. : Higher School of Economics Publishing House, 2012

Toric geometry exhibited a profound relation between algebra and topology on one side and combinatorics and convex geometry on the other side. In the last decades, the interplay between algebraic and convex geometry has been explored and used successfully in a much more general setting: first, for varieties with an algebraic group action (such as ...

Added: November 17, 2012

Evgeny Smirnov, Anna Tutubalina, European Journal of Combinatorics 2023 Vol. 107 Article 103613

Schubert polynomials for the classical groups were defined by S.Billey and M.Haiman in 1995; they are polynomial representatives of Schubert classes in a full flag variety over a classical group. We provide a combinatorial description for these polynomials, as well as their double versions, by introducing analogues of pipe dreams, or RC-graphs, for Weyl groups ...

Added: September 14, 2022

Kiritchenko V., Hornbostel J., Journal fuer die reine und angewandte Mathematik 2011 No. 656 P. 59-85

We establish a Schubert calculus for Bott-Samelson resolutions in the algebraic cobordism ring of a complete flag variety G/B. ...

Added: November 17, 2012

Kiritchenko V., International Mathematics Research Notices 2023 Vol. 2023 No. 4 P. 3305-3328

A classical result of Schubert calculus is an inductive description of Schubert cycles using divided difference (or push-pull) operators in Chow rings. We define convex geometric analogs of push-pull operators and describe their applications to the theory of Newton-Okounkov convex bodies. Convex geometric push-pull operators yield an inductive construction of Newton-Okounkov polytopes of Bott-Samelson varieties. ...

Added: January 31, 2022

Kiritchenko V., Smirnov E., Timorin V., Russian Mathematical Surveys 2012 Vol. 67 No. 4 P. 685-719

A new approach is described to the Schubert calculus on complete flag varieties, using the volume polynomial associated with Gelfand- Zetlin polytopes. This approach makes it possible to compute the intersection products of Schubert cycles by intersecting faces of a polytope. Bibliography: 23 titles. ...

Added: February 4, 2013

Kiritchenko V., Квант 2014 № 1 С. 2-6

The article popularizes Schubert's method (Schubert calculus) for solving enumerative geometry problems. In particular, this method is applied to the classical problem on the number of lines that intersect 4 given lines in 3-space. The article in intended for high school students. ...

Added: May 16, 2014

Valentina Kiritchenko, Newton-Okounkov polytopes of Bott-Samelson varieties as Minkowski sums / Cornell University. Series arXiv "math". 2018.

We compute the Newton--Okounkov bodies of line bundles on a Bott--Samelson resolution of the complete flag variety of $GL_n$ for a geometric valuation coming from a flag of translated Schubert subvarieties. The Bott--Samelson resolution corresponds to the decomposition (s_1)(s_2s_1)(s_3s_2s_1)(...)(s_{n-1}\ldots s_1) of the longest element in the Weyl group, and the Schubert subvarieties correspond to the ...

Added: August 20, 2018