Orthogonal and symplectic Clifford algebras spinor structures by A. Crumeyrolle

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Published by Kluwer Academic Publishers in Dordrecht, Boston .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Clifford algebras.,
  • Spinor analysis.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 332-340).

Book details

Statementby Albert Crumeyrolle.
SeriesMathematics and its applications ;, v. 57, Mathematics and its applications (Kluwer Academic Publishers) ;, v. 57.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQA199 .C79 1990
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 350 p. ;
Number of Pages350
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2220111M
ISBN 100792305418
LC Control Number89048828

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Mathematics and Its Applications, vol Author: Albert Crumeyrolle. Orthogonal and Symplectic Geometries.- Tensor Algebras, Exterior Algebras and Symmetric Algebras.- Orthogonal Clifford Algebras.- The Clifford Groups, the Twisted Clifford Groups and Their Fundamental Subgroups.- Spinors and Spin Representations.- Fundamental Lie Algebras and Lie Groups in the Clifford Algebras ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: XIII, Seiten.

Contents: Orthogonal and Symplectic Geometries.- Tensor Algebras, Exterior. In this talk I will consider Clifford algebras which provide very promising tools for description Orthogonal and symplectic Clifford algebras book generalization of geometry and physics.

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Abstract: The transition from a classical to quantum theory is investigated within the context of orthogonal and symplectic Clifford algebras, first for particles, and then for fields. It is shown that the generators of Clifford algebras have the role of quantum mechanical operators that satisfy the Heisenberg equations of motion.

The necessary appearance of Clifford algebras in the quantum description of fermions has prompted us to re-examine the fundamental role played by the quaternion Clifford algebra, C(0,2). This algebra is essentially the geometric algebra describing the rotational properties of space.

Hidden within this algebra are symplectic structures with Heisenberg algebras at their core. Cited by: 2. Orthogonal symmetries and Clifford algebras in proving isomorphisms of algebras with involution involving even Clifford algebras, the universal property can slightly shorten the proofs.

This was our motivating reason to find a universal property of the even Clifford algebra in §3. We also hope that this approach. The book has six main chapters. The first two (Chapters 0 and I) present classical results on real and complex Clifford algebras and show how lower-dimensional real Clifford algebras are well-suited for describing basic geometric notions in Euclidean space.

A nondegenerate 2-form is called a symplectic form, and by nondegeneracy can only exist in an even-dimensional vector space, which is then called a symplectic vector space. Every finite-dimensional symplectic vector space is isomorphic to \({\mathbb{R}^{2n}}\) under the standard symplectic form.

Next the so(n) algebras and spinors are discussed using Clifford numbers. Conjugate, orthogonal and symplectic representations of spinors are described and the Clebsch–Gordan series for spinors is given, followed by a description of the center and outer automorphisms of Spin (n).

orthogonal (resp. symplectic) matrices for an Orthogonal and symplectic Clifford algebras book ring with involution over a characteristic zero field. It is shown (Theorem ) to be the graded symmetric algebra over skew-dihedral homology. The surprising result is that the orthogonal and symplectic algebras have the.

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The proof of the main theorem is based on computations in invariant theory (cf. [PI, P2, W]) for orthogonal and symplectic by: Orthogonal symmetries and Clifford algebras. Divided into five parts, the book's first section is devoted to Clifford analysis; here, topics encompass the Morera problem, inverse scattering.

In mathematics, a Clifford algebra is an algebra generated by a vector space with a quadratic form, and is a unital associative K-algebras, they generalize the real numbers, complex numbers, quaternions and several other hypercomplex number systems.

[1] [2] The theory of Clifford algebras is intimately connected with the theory of quadratic forms and. Next the so(n) algebras and spinors are discussed using Clifford numbers. Conjugate, orthogonal and symplectic representations of spinors are described and the Clebsch–Gordan series for spinors is given, followed by a description of the center and outer automorphisms of Spin(n).

Nowadays one can find expositions of Clifford algebras ranging from introductory textbooks like D. Garling’s Clifford Algebras: An Introduction (Cambridge, ), to monographs with applications in Physics like R. Penrose and W. Rindler’s Spinors and Space-Time (2 Vols. Cambridge, ), but Chevalley’s monograph remains the.

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Adds sections on normed vector spaces, orthogonal spaces over perfect fields of characteristic two, and Clifford algebras; Includes several new exercises and examples, with a solutions manual available upon qualifying course adoption; The book shows students the beauty of linear algebra while preparing them for further study in mathematics.

Quantum Theory, Groups and Representations: An Introduction Peter Woit Department of Mathematics, Columbia University Lie algebras of the orthogonal and unitary groups 14 The Poisson Bracket and Symplectic Geometry Abstract: Orthogonal, symplectic and unitary representations of finite groups lie at the crossroads of two more traditional subjects of mathematics—linear representations of finite groups, and the theory of quadratic, skew symmetric and Hermitian forms—and thus inherit some of the characteristics of both.

We apply our method to compute the Hilbert series for different actions of the symplectic and orthogonal groups on the relatively free algebras of the varieties of associative algebras generated, respectively, by the Grassmann algebra and the algebra of 2 × 2 upper triangular matrices.

These two varieties are remarkable with the property that Cited by: 1. It is well known that the n‐fermion algebra is a complex Clifford algebra of dimension 2 2n with the orthogonal group O(2n,C) as group of n‐boson algebra viewed similarly as a complex ‘‘symplectic Clifford’’ algebra is investigated.

It is of infinite dimension and has the symplectic group Sp(2n,C) as a group of by: 5. Indeed, symplectic methods are key ingredients in the study of dynamical systems, differential equations, algebraic geometry, topology, mathematical physics and representations of Lie groups.

This book is a true introduction to symplectic geometry, assuming only a general background in analysis and familiarity with linear by: Abstract.

We explicitly demonstrate with a help of a computer that Clifford algebra Cℓ(B) of a bilinear form B with a non-trivial antisymmetric part A is isomorphic as an associative algebra to the Clifford algebra Cℓ(Q) of the quadratic form Q induced by the symmetric part of B [in characteristic ≠ 2], However, the multivector structure of Cℓ(B) depends on A and is therefore Cited by: ORTHOGONAL SYMMETRIES AND CLIFFORD ALGEBRAS M.

MAHMOUDI Abstract. Involutions of the Clifford algebra of a quadratic space. Lie Algebras by Shlomo Sternberg. This note covers the following topics: Applications of the Cartan calculus, category of split orthogonal vector spaces, Super Poison algebras and Gerstenhaber algebras, Lie groupoids and Lie algebroids, Friedmann-Robertson-Walker metrics in general relativity, Clifford algebras.

Clifford Algebra to Geometric Calculus: A Unified Language for Mathematics and Physics (Fundamental Theories of Physics). This book is intended for mathematicians and physicists rather than programmers, it is very theoretical.

It covers the algebra and calculus of multivectors of any dimension and is not specific to 3D modelling. The necessary appearance of Clifford algebras in the quantum description of fermions has prompted us to re-examine the fundamental role played by the quaternion Clifford algebra, C(0,2).

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Clifford algebra is a generalisation to n-dimensional space of quaternions, which Hamilton used to represent scalars and vectors in real three-space: it is also a development of Grassmann's algebra, incorporating in the fundamental relations inner products defined in. Hermitian K-theory by Karoubi is an analogue to Lie classical groups - orthogonal, unitary, symplectic - and perhaps a unification of them.

See Karoubi's video on Quadratic forms and Bott periodicity. Unlike in the real and complex cases, it is also compact, and so yet another term used is the compact symplectic group. One can also view the relationships between the three symplectic groups in terms of their Lie algebras; this will be seen in the section on simple Lie algebras.

Symplectic reduction, BRS cohomology, and infinite-dimensional Clifford algebras: Authors: Kostant, Bertram; This leads to interesting relations between Lie algebras and Clifford algebras and a novel way of computing Lie algebra cohomology in terms of the spin representation.

We then discuss infinite-dimensional Clifford algebras and their. Most of the classical groups consist of invertible linear transformations that respect a bilinear form having some geometric significance, e.g., a quadratic form, a symplectic form, etc.

Accordingly, the author develops the required geometric notions, albeit from an algebraic point of view, as the end results should apply to vector spaces over 5/5(2). This is followed by Chapter 5 on ‘Clifford Algebras and Associated Groups’ beginning with orthogonal transforma-tions, components of orthogonal groups and special ortho-gonal groups (det T =1,T a transformation in the group), an example of O(1, 1), orthogonal symmetries and reflections.

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