Dunkl operator

Let $G$ be a Coxeter group with a reduced root system $R$. A multiplicity function $k$ on $R$ satifies by definition property $k(\lambda)=k(\mu)$ iff the corresponding reflections $s_\lambda$ and $s_\mu$ are conjugate each to another. A **Dunkl operator** is defined on smooth functions in $\mathbb{R}^N$ by the formula

$T_i f(x) = (\partial_i f)(x) - \Sigma_{\lambda\in R^+} k(\lambda)\frac{f(x)-f(s_\lambda x)}{\langle x,\lambda\rangle}
\lambda_i$

There are also many variants and generalizations of this definition to various setups. Dunkl operators appear in the theory of Caloger-Moser systems and of the Cherednik (= double affine Hecke) algebras.

- C. Dunkl,
*Differential-difference operators associated to reflection groups*, Trans. AMS**311**(1989), 167–183. - Ivan Cherednik,
*Introduction to double Hecke algebras*, arXiv/math/0404307 - Pavel Etingof,
*Lectures on Calogero-Moser systems*, pdf - P. Etingof, X. Ma,
*On elliptic Dunkl operators*, arXiv/0706.2152 - Yu. Berest, P. Etingof, V. Ginzburg, Finite-dimensional representations of rational Cherednik algebras. Int. Math. Res. Not. 2003, no. 19, 1053-1088.
- C. Dunkl, E. Opdam,
*Dunkl operators for complex reflection groups*, Proc. London Math. Soc.**86**(2003), 70–108. - A.N. Sergeev, A.P. Veselov,
*Dunkl operators at infinity and Calogero-Moser systems*, arxiv/1311.0853

Dunkl operators are named after Charles Dunkl.

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