Quantum Groups and Their Primitive Ideals (Ergebnisse der by Anthony Joseph

By Anthony Joseph

Via a extra common quadratic algebra (possibly got by way of deformation) after which to derive Rq [G] by means of requiring it to own the latter as a comodule. a 3rd precept is to concentration cognizance at the tensor constitution of the cat­ egory of (!; modules. this implies after all simply defining an algebra constitution on Rq[G]; yet this can be to be performed in a truly particular demeanour. Concretely the class is needed to be braided and this forces (9.4.2) the lifestyles of an "R-matrix" pleasurable particularly the quantum Yang-Baxter equation and from which the algebra constitution of Rq[G] could be written down (9.4.5). eventually there has been a look for a wonderfully self-dual version for Rq[G] which might then be isomorphic to Uq(g). it sounds as if this failed; yet V. G. Drinfeld came upon that it can be primarily made to paintings for the "Borel half" of Uq(g) denoted U (b) and extra came upon a normal building (the Drinfeld double) q mirroring a Lie bialgebra. this provides Uq(g) as much as passage to a quotient. essentially the most impressive elements of the above superficially various ap­ proaches is their amazing intercoherence. specifically they primarily all lead for G semisimple to an analogous and therefore "canonical", gadgets Rq[G] and Uq(g), although this epithet might as but be untimely.

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Note in particular that the only way for this sum to survive is for i = j, m = m', n = n'. 3. 1 ). These M j elements comprise a matrix representation of the C3v group and include the terms sin(27r /3) and (cos 27r /3), relevant to the C3 rotations. 23) as R, the second column as R', etc. 22) to be equal. 17) survives. For our second example we choose the values i = 1, j = 3 and m = n = 2. There results which is a demonstration of the orthogonality property of the GOT. The following six rules are related to the GOT and the theory of irreducible repres~ntations.

Equating the first and last terms of the last line returns rule III. 6 (a) How many irreps does the C5 cyclic group have? (b) List the rotation matrices corresponding to the C 5 group and their respective characters. 40) for the case of the C 5 cyclic group and establish orthogonality of two irreps of your table. 7 Show that every group of prime order is Abelian. Answer Every group of prime order is cyclic and every cyclic group is Abelian. 8 (a) What are the possible subgroups of the group of order 17?

Matrices, Irreps and the Great Orthogonality Theorem c2 = ( 3 cos411'/3 sin 411'/3 -sin411'/3 ) COS 411'/3 . 41). 28). As noted previously, there is only one group of prime order and any such group has no subgroups. 20), a group of prime order may have a number of irreps. Complex Groups The representations of cyclic groups given above are an example of complex groups. 30) is written L Xi(R)Xi(R)* = h. 43) it follows that if r i is an irrep, so is r;. 41) implies that there is another irrep which is a complex conjugate of the given irrep.

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