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Title: Algebraic matroids with graph symmetry
Authors: Király, Franz J.Rosen, ZviTheran, Louis
Publishers Version: https://doi.org/10.14760/OWP-2014-02
Issue Date: 2014
Published in: Oberwolfach Preprints (OWP), Volume 2014-02, ISSN 1864-7596
Publisher: Oberwolfach : Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach
Abstract: This paper studies the properties of two kinds of matroids: (a) algebraic matroids and (b) finite and infinite matroids whose ground set have some canonical symmetry, for example row and column symmetry and transposition symmetry. For (a) algebraic matroids, we expose cryptomorphisms making them accessible to techniques from commutative algebra. This allows us to introduce for each circuit in an algebraic matroid an invariant called circuit polynomial, generalizing the minimal polynomial in classical Galois theory, and studying the matroid structure with multivariate methods. For (b) matroids with symmetries we introduce combinatorial invariants capturing structural properties of the rank function and its limit behavior, and obtain proofs which are purely combinatorial and do not assume algebraicity of the matroid; these imply and generalize known results in some specific cases where the matroid is also algebraic. These results are motivated by, and readily applicable to framework rigidity, low-rank matrix completion and determinantal varieties, which lie in the intersection of (a) and (b) where additional results can be derived. We study the corresponding matroids and their associated invariants, and for selected cases, we characterize the matroidal structure and the circuit polynomials completely.
DDC: 510
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