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It may be deduced from a more general basis theorem of D@sarm~nien, Kung and Rota [DKR, p. 78]. 6). 5b) All the The set {(T~ : Ti) : T i (Tg : T i) (i E I(n,r)) k~(n,r) = ~(n,r) o ~k" in = j. lie in the "right" eg, i (i E I(n,r)) if and only if there is some The condition stabilizer of the basic is linearly independent. 2a). (remember $o kAK(n,r) ~k= ~,~). 5c) "k-tabloids" [Ja. pp. I0, 127]). i 6 I(n,r), define If i,j 6 I(n,r) and ~(i) usual lexicographic way. If Ti s (~l(i) ..... ~n(i)), of T i.

L for any belong be an infinite an element (T i : Tj)= We might take for our i 6 I(3,5), to the set: _3 = {1,2,3}. 3a) (T i : Tj) = Here s(o) ci,jo = c ~ s(o)ci,jo = o~C(T) is the sign of -i io " o. for any Z o~C(T) s(°)ci°'J The second equality comes from the fact that ~ ~ G(r). ) From this, or directly is zero if there are equal entries at or of Tj. Also (T i : Tjo) = (Tio : Tj) = a E C(T). 3a), we see that Example I. conjugate to since it might have more than (T i : Tj) is a Kung and Rota [DKR, p.

Remember $o kAK(n,r) ~k= ~,~). 5c) "k-tabloids" [Ja. pp. I0, 127]). i 6 I(n,r), define If i,j 6 I(n,r) and ~(i) usual lexicographic way. If Ti s (~l(i) ..... ~n(i)), of T i. 5d) ~(i) = is the sum of the entries in row c4, i = cg,j,, c~,i ~(i) # ~(j), then cg, i # c (they are in fact elements of j. A(n,r)) in the The reader may verify is standard and if 1 # ~ ~ C(T), then ~(i~) > ~(i). Now suppose we have a non-trivial linear relation Z fi(Tg : T i) = O, i6H fi 6 K, where the sum is over a non-empty subset that Ti is standard.

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