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The Cambrian lattice corresponding to a Coxeter element c of An, denoted Camb(c), is the subposet of An induced by the c-sortable elements, and the m-eralized Cambrian lattice corresponding to c, denoted Cambm(c), is dened as a subposet of the braid group accompanied with the right weak ordering induced by the c-sortable elements under certain conditions. Both of these families generalize the well-studied Tamari lattice Tn rst introduced by D. Tamari in 1962. S. Fishel and L. Nelson enumerated the chains of maximum length of Tamari lattices. In this dissertation, I study the chains of maximum length of the Cambrian ...

Contributors
AL-SULEIMAN, SULTAN, Fishel, Susanna, Childress, Nancy, et al.
Created Date
2017