Symmetry And Group

The theory of groups by Bechtell H.

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By Bechtell H.

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We will therefore make no general assertions about it at this point. 10 (1). Let x = P2(uXf 8 u * ) for f E Z f , u , u + A and u* E F*. Set J ( u ) = JplP(v). Then, ( J ( u + A ) @Z)(x) = (J(v+A) 8Z)(P2(u)(f8u*)) = Q2(u ) ( J ( u + A)f 8 c*). 6 implies that J(V + = S(J(4 8 E ZP,c,v. WYf)). Thus, V ( g ) = Q 2 < v > ( S ( J ( v8 > I)(T(f) 8 u*)). We write T ( f ) = CiTJf) 8 ui. Let P,(u) be the projection of P l ( u X I f , m , v8 F ) 8 F* onto (Pl(uXZp,u,u8 F ) @ F * P + v . Then, '(g) = (S 8 I ) ( J ( v ) 8 1)C p 3 ( u ) ( ' l ( v ) ( T ( f > ui) 8 u * ) * Now, assume that i cp(u) # 0.

Let X , , . . ,X,, be an orthonormal basis of gc with respect to B. For k = 0 , 1 , 2 , .. , set Zk,F(U,U*) = C u * ( x i l x i , ’ ’ * x i ~ ) X i , x i ”, ’ Here, the sum is over all indices i , , i , , xi,. . ,i , . Lemma. There aht for 0 I i s j I k constants ai,j , k depending only on A such that ( 1 8 u*)(Ck(l8 u ) ) = ai,j,kCi-iZi,F(U,U*). j-l,k. If k = 0, then the formula is clear. Assume the formula for k. We prove i t f o r k + l . Wefirst notethat A ( C ) = C Q 1 + 1 S C + 2 E X i Q X i .

Let a" = ( H E ala(H) = 0). Put "m = (XE gl [ H , XI = 0 for H E a"), "M = (g E GIAd(g) H = H for H E a"). Then, "M is a real reductive group in our sense. We set Qi = Pin "M,i = 1,2. Then, Q, and Q 2 are parabolic subgroups of "M with standard split component A. Furthermore, Q 2 = If f E I:, then we define f ( k X m ) = f ( m k ) for k E K, m E "M n K. We note that M c "M. We use the notation "I: for the space defined in the same way as C with G replaced by "M. Then, f ( k ) E "I: for all for v E a*, and i = 1,2.