_{n}-crystals.

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## Wednesday, December 13, 2006

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Thoughts on mathematics, both in my life and the greater mathematical world.

The three authors I mentioned recently for completing my work on doubly-laced crystals have put another paper on the arXiv, this time using their framework to unravel some fascinating properties of A_{n}-crystals.

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## 1 comment:

Sorry, but if you're going to try to typeset the Dynkin diagram for $A_n$, then shouldn't you dispense with the ellipses and at least use something more like

\[

o - o - \cdots - o ?

\]

And nevermind an underbrace for enumerating the number of nodes!

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