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Dunkl operators: Theory and applications. (English) Zbl 1029.43001
Koelink, Erik (ed.) et al., Orthogonal polynomials and special functions. Notes for the lectures of the summer school, Leuven, Belgium, August 12-16, 2002. Berlin: Springer. Lect. Notes Math. 1817, 93-135 (2003).
These notes give an introduction to the analytic theory of so-called rational Dunkl operators $T_\xi$ which are modifications of the partial derivatives $\partial_\xi$ on $\bbfR^d$ and which depend on some fixed root system $R$ on $\bbfR^d$ and additional multiplicity parameters $k\geq 0$. The $T_\xi$ generate a commutative algebra of differential-reflection operators; the joint eigenfunctions lead to the Dunkl kernel $K(x,y)$ $(x,y\in V)$ which forms a generalization of the exponential function $e^{\langle x,y\rangle}$. Motivated by the case $d=1$, the symmetrizations of $K$ with respect to the reflection group $W$ generated by $R$ may be seen as multi-dimensional Bessel functions. These functions and the Dunkl operators are related to recent investigations of integrable particle systems of Calogero-Moser-Sutherland-type and admit, for certain multiplicities, an interpretation as spherical functions. The main topics of these notes are as follows: Due to the work of Dunkl, Opdam, and others, there is a unique intertwining operator $V=V(k,R)$ with $T_\xi V=V\partial_\xi$. Moreover, this operator is positive by a result of the author, i.e., there exists a positive integral representation of $V$, which may be seen in the case of spherical functions as a Harish-Chandra formula. This result has some consequences for strong estimations for $K$. Motivated by the connection with quantum CMS-models, there is a Dunkl-type Laplace operator which is, similar to the classical case, the generator of a Dunkl-type heat subgroup on $\bbfR^d$. The connection with quantum CMS-models also forms the motivation to introduce Dunkl-type Hamiltonians and the associated generalized Hermite polynomials. Finally, some asymptotic results for the Dunkl kernel inside of Weyl chambers are discussed. For the entire collection see [Zbl 1015.00020].

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