## The Column Dominance Order

Okay, for the last couple posts I’ve talked about using Garnir elements to rewrite nonstandard polytabloids — those coming from tableaux containing “row descents” — in terms of “more standard” polytabloids. Finally, we’re going to define *another* partial order that will give some meaning to this language.

Given a tableau , consider the column stabilizer , and use it to build the “column tabloid” . This is defined just like our other tabloids, except by shuffling columns instead of rows.

For example, consider the tabloid

from which we get the column tabloid

And now we can define the dominance order on column tabloids just like the dominance order for row tabloids. Of course, in doing so we have to alter our definition of the dominance order on Ferrers diagrams to take columns into account instead of rows.

But one thing at least will make our life simpler: it should be clear that we still have a dominance lemma for column dominance. To be explicit: if , and appears in a column to the right of in the column tabloid , then dominates in the column dominance order.

[...] Properties of Garnir Elements from Tableaux 2 When we pick a tableau with a certain row descent and use it to pick sets and , as we’ve done, the resulting Garnir element is a sum of a bunch of tabloids coming from a bunch of tableaux. I say that the column tabloid corresponding to the original tableau is dominated by all the other tabloids, using the column dominance order. [...]

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[...] this: we’re going to have orders on generalized tabloids analogous to the dominance and column dominance orders for tabloids without repetitions. Each tabloid (or column tabloid) gives a sequence of [...]

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