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1. Definition & Example

The four standard tableaux of size 3

http://www.findstat.org/Graphics/api/Cc0007_0_[[1,2,3]].png

http://www.findstat.org/Graphics/api/Cc0007_0_[[1,3],[2]].png

http://www.findstat.org/Graphics/api/Cc0007_0_[[1,2],[3]].png

http://www.findstat.org/Graphics/api/Cc0007_0_[[1],[2],[3]].png

[[1,2,3]]

[[1,3],[2]]

[[1,2],[3]]

[[1],[2],[3]]

2. FindStat representation and coverage

3. Additional information

3.1. Properties

3.2. Remarks

4. References

[Sch61]   C. Schensted, Longest increasing and decreasing subsequences, Canad. J. Math. 13(1961), 179-191.

[Tym12]   Julianna Tymoczko, A simple bijection between standard 3×n tableaux and irreducible webs for sl3, J Algebr Comb (2012) 35:611–632.

5. Sage examples


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