In the recent works of Brubaker-Bump-Friedberg, Bump-Nakasuji, and others, the product in the Casselman-Shalika formula is written as a sum over a crystal. The coefficient of each crystal element is defined using the data coming from the whole crystal graph structure. In this paper, we adopt the tableau model for the crystal and obtain the same coefficients using data from each individual tableau; i.e., we do not need to look at the graph structure. We also show how to combine our results with tensor products of crystals to obtain the sum of coefficients for a given weight. The sum is a q-polynomial which exhibits many interesting properties. We use examples to illustrate these properties.
- Casselman-Shalika formula
- Young tableaux