Right now, using RYDs is the only known way to solve the existence problem for (co)minuscule G/P.
However, in terms of RYDs, it is important that for (co)adjoint varieties, none of the properties (I), (II) or (III) hold in general.
First, in [ChPe11], RYDs are used to generalize [ThYo09].
Currently, we study the coadjoint variety with RYDs for its adjoint partner.
In [Se13+], RYDs are used to give a new rule for the Belkale-Kumar coefficients in type A (after [KnPu11]).
RYDs can also be applied to the study of Kazhdan-Lusztig polynomials; see [WoYo13+].
Measures used in the analysis were derived from standardized scales or developed specifically for RYDS. Scale items were constructed using exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis.
Family scales were constructed using a base of content-relevant items and were refined using exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis (See Krohn et al., 1992, for further information on RYDS family measures).
The data for this study were obtained from the RYDS, a longitudinal panel study examining the causes and correlates of juvenile delinquency in a high-risk urban sample.
The delinquency measures are derived from the RYDS' self-report index.
(25) For a more detailed description of the sampling procedures utilized by the RYDS see, Margaret Farnworth et al., Technical Report No.