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Representations of finite classical groups

a Hopf algebra approach

by Andrey V. Zelevinsky

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Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Representations of groups.,
  • Finite groups.,
  • Hopf algebras.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    StatementAndrey V. Zelevinsky.
    SeriesLecture notes in mathematics ;, 869, Lecture notes in mathematics (Springer-Verlag) ;, 869.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA3 .L28 vol. 869, QA171 .L28 vol. 869
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 184 p. ;
    Number of Pages184
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4263383M
    ISBN 100387108246
    LC Control Number81009193

    (b). Theorem is the most crucial technical ingredient of [21] on the construction of unipotent representations of real classical groups. Note that in [21] the authors only consider the cases. There is a book titled "Group theory and Physics" by Sternberg that covers the basics, including crystal groups, Lie groups, representations. I think it's a good introduction to the topic. To quote a review on Amazon (albeit the only one): "This book is an excellent introduction to the use of group theory in physics, especially in crystallography, special relativity and particle physics. Group captures the symmetry in a very efficient manner. We focus on abstract group theory, deal with representations of groups, and deal with some applications in chemistry and physics. ( views) Group Theory by Ferdi Aryasetiawan - University of Lund, The text deals with basic Group Theory and its applications.


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Front Matter. Pages I-IV. PDF. Introduction. First applications. Andrey V. Zelevinsky. Pages Representations of general linear and affine groups over finite fields.

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The book is very well written, with clean and clear exposition, and has a nice collection of exercises to help the engaged reader absorb the material.

It does not assume a lot of background material, just some familiarity with the representation theory of finite groups, basic probability theory and certain results from functional analysis. Cited by: 3. Despite the classification by Lusztig of the irreducible representations of finite groups of Lie type, it seems that this aspect remains obscure.

In this note we develop a language which seems to be adequate for the description of the “small” representations of finite classical groups and puts in the forefront the notion of rank of a Cited by: 8. In The Classical Groups, his most important book, Weyl provided a detailed introduction to the development of group theory, and he did it in a way that motivated and entertained his readers.

Departing from most theoretical mathematics books of the time, he introduced historical events and people as well as theorems and by:   Representation theory is discussed on the following types of groups: finite groups of rotations, permutation groups, and classical compact semisimple Lie groups.

Along the way, This text is a comprehensive pedagogical presentation of the theory of representation of finite and compact Lie groups.5/5(2). Representation theory resources and references Representation theory of finite groups n, Representation theoryRepresentation Theory Book is, Group representations in probability and statisticsSymmetry, Groups and Their ApplicationsRepresentations of finite groups ta, Notes on representations of algebras and finite groups.

thereby giving representations of the group on the homology groups of the space. If there is torsion in the homology these representations require something other than ordinary character theory to be understood. This book is written for students who are studying nite group representation theory beyond the level of a rst course in abstract Size: 1MB.

Request PDF | Representations of finite groups | This book is an introduction to a fast developing branch of mathematics - the theory of representations of groups.

It presents classical results. Small Representations of Finite Classical Groups Fig. 1 Ore sum for the transvection T (4)inG D Sp 6.F q/for various q’s 0 0 20 40 60 Number of Irreps 80 12 3 4 5 log5 (dimension) 67 89 Fig. 2 Partition of 6.F 5//according to nearest integer to log dim./;2 Irr.G/; (5) which are called character ratios.

The dimensions of the irreducible. Notes on Group Theory. This note covers the following topics: Notation for sets and functions, Basic group theory, The Symmetric Group, Group actions, Linear groups, Affine Groups, Projective Groups, Finite linear groups, Abelian Groups, Sylow Theorems and Applications, Solvable and nilpotent groups, p-groups, a second look, Presentations of Groups, Building new groups from old.

The more advanced reader will find an introduction to the structure and representations of complex reductive algebraic groups and their compact real forms. This book will also serve as a reference for the main results on tensor and polynomial invariants and the finite-dimensional representation theory of the classical groups.

Representations of finite classical groups: a Hopf algebra approach. [Andrey V Zelevinsky] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Andrey V Zelevinsky.

Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: # Representations of groups\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema. In this renowned volume, Hermann Weyl discusses the symmetric, full linear, orthogonal, and symplectic groups and determines their different invariants and representations.

Using basic concepts from algebra, he examines the various properties of the groups. Analysis and topology are used wherever appropriate. The book also covers topics such as matrix algebras, semigroups, commutators, and 5/5(1). This book is an introduction to a fast developing branch of mathematics - the theory of representations of groups.

It presents classical results of this theory concerning finite groups. Originally written inthis book remains a classical source on representations and characters of finite and compact groups.

The book starts with necessary information about matrices, algebras, and groups. Then the author proceeds to representations of finite groups. Special Representation Theory Seminar Topic: "Small" representations of finite classical groups Speaker: Shamgar Gurevitch Affiliation: University of Wisconsin and Yale University Date: March 8.

Finite groups 2 1. Introduction A representation (π,V) of Gon a finite­dimensional complex vector space V is a homomorphism πfrom the group Gto the group GL(V) of invertible complex linear maps from to itself. This is a very simple definition, and it gives no idea at all of.

This involves a detailed analysis of the conjugacy classes and subgroup structure of the finite classical groups. Reviews 'This book should be an indispensable reference for anybody doing research, or wanting to do research, in this area. Small degree representations of finite Chevalley groups in defining characteristic.

LMS J. Comput. Math Cited by: Abstract: This book is an introduction to a fast developing branch of mathematics - the theory of representations of groups.

It presents classical results of this theory concerning finite : Ruslan Sharipov. These chapters also provide the necessary basic information from the general theory of group representations. The third chapter is devoted to the representations of the proper Lorentz group and the complete Lorentz group, while the fourth chapter examines the theory of invariant equations.

This book will prove useful to mathematicians and students. Introducing finite-dimensional representations of Lie groups and Lie algebras, this example-oriented book works from representation theory of finite groups, through Lie groups and Lie algrbras to the finite dimensional representations of the classical groups.

Suppose you have a finite group G and you want to study certain related structures (e.g., random walks, Cayley graphs, word maps, etc.). In many cases, this might be done using sums over the characters of G. A serious obstacle in applying these Fourier type formulas is lack of knowledge on the low dimensional representations of G.

In fact, numerics shows that the "small". Representation Theory of Finite Groups is a five chapter text that covers the standard material of representation theory. This book starts with an overview of the basic concepts of the subject, including group characters, representation modules, and the rectangular representation.

The book is expertly written, though the reader should be warned that it is not meant to be self-contained; J.C. Jantzen's Representations of Algebraic Groups is the standard reference for this material. As usual, his bibliography is compiled with great care and contains references that "may not turn up readily in a MathSciNet search".

An absolutely essential book for representation theory. Well translated etc, the only thing I would say is a fair few of the proofs are needlessly complicated.

For instance, I remember early on a proof where we have to prove something for all finite dimensional vector spaces, which one would naturally do by induction starting from a line and /5. I had two books in hand, firstly ''Representation theory of finite groups, An introductory Approach'' by Benjamin Steinberg, and secondly Serre's ''Linear Representations of Finite Groups.'' I definitely recommend Serre's book (where you should read the first part.

Representations of Finite and Compact Groups Barry Simon This new book, based on courses given at Princeton, Caltech, ETH-Zurich, and other universities, is an. The book presents the theory on the same level as the ordinary and elementary theories of finite groups and their representations, and provides a unified picture of the same.

The structure of the algebra of finite groupoids is analysed, along with the classical theory of characters of their representations. Resources Online textbooks:Representation Theory Book We need the first 5 sections (pages ).Representations of finite groups ta, Notes on representations of algebras and finite groups n, Notes on the representation theory of finite groups f et al.

Introduction to representation theory also discusses category theory, Dynkin diagrams, and. THE RANK 3 PERMUTATION REPRESENTATIONS OF THE FINITE CLASSICAL GROUPS BY WILLIAM M. KANTOR AND ROBERT A.

LIEBLER1 Abstract. The permutation representations in the title are all determined, and no surprises are found to occur. Introduction. A group G has rank 3 in its permutation representation on the.

Can be recommended as a base for courses about representations of finite groups and finite-dimensional representations of Lie groups Mathematical Reviews. This book closes a gap that impeded instruction in the principles of the theory of group representations in the past it would also tend to close the gap between the interested student.

Random Walks on Finite Groups Once ergodicity is established, the next task is to obtain quantitative esti-mates on the number of steps needed to reach approximate stationarity. Of course, this requires precise models and the choice of some sort of distance between probability distributions. The subgroup structure of finite classical groups 3 lying on the quadric, and we write O+ n(q)) and the other elliptic (in which case there are (n/2) − 2-dimensional subspaces but no (n/2) − 1-dimensional subspaces lying on the quadric, and we write O− n(q)).

The group PΩ n(q) is usually simple for n≥ 3. In the last chapter of my book Reflection Groups and Coxeter Groups (Cambridge, ) there is a brief summary of earlier work done on irreducible representations or character tables of finite Coxeter groups and their Iwahori-Hecke algebras.

The Kazhdan-Lusztig paper was partly motivated by earlier papers of people like Iwahori and Curtis. Peter Webb's Representation Theory Book My book: A Course in Finite Group Representation Theory The book arises from notes of courses taught at the second year graduate level at the University of Minnesota and is suitable to accompany study at that level.

Originally written inthis book remains a classical source on representations and characters of finite and compact groups. The book starts with necessary information about matrices, algebras, and groups. Then the author proceeds to representations of finite groups.

The Maximal Subgroups of the Low-Dimensional Finite Classical Groups, by John N. Bray, Derek F. Holt, Colva M. Roney-Dougal. The most difficult maximal subgroups to classify, are those in the so-called Aschbacher class ${\mathscr S}$, consisting of absolutely.

GL(m): Fundamental Representations and the Associated Vector Spaces. Tensors in, Contraction, and GL(m) Transformations. Irreducible Representations of GL(m) on the Space of General Tensors. Irreducible Representations of Other Classical Linear Groups. Unitary Groups U(m) and U(m +, m −) Special Linear Groups SL(m) and Special Unitary.

The Classical Groups: Their Invariants and Representations (PMS-1) - Ebook written by Hermann Weyl. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Classical Groups: Their Invariants and Representations (PMS-1).Author: Hermann Weyl."Can be recommended as a base for courses about representations of finite groups and finite-dimensional representations of Lie groups." -- Mathematical Reviews "Contains a very good explanation of representation theory of finite and compact groups and can be recommended to everyone for learning or teaching representation theory."5/5(1).