## What is isomorphic representation?

Isomorphic representations are, for practical purposes, “the same”; they provide the same information about the group or algebra being represented. Representation theory therefore seeks to classify representations up to isomorphism.

## What is a one dimensional representation?

We call the 1-dimensional representation defined by the identity homomor- phism. g ↦→ 1. (for all g ∈ G) the trivial representation of G, and denote it by 1. In a 1-dimensional representation, each group element is represented by a number.

**Is the regular representation faithful?**

For G any algebraic group, then the regular representation is faithful. Moreover, it has finite-dimensional faithful sub-representations.

### What is meant by representation of a group?

Representation: the description or portrayal of someone or something in a particular way. In mathematical terms a representation of a group G is the description of the elements of G by matrices, or, more generally, the description of G as a subgroup of the automorphism group of a given object. 1 First Definitions.

### How do you calculate reducible representation?

In a given representation (reducible or irreducible), the characters of all matrices belonging to symmetry operations in the same class are identical. The number of irreducible representations of a group is equal to the number of classes in the group.

**What is the purpose of faithful representation?**

Faithful representation is the concept that financial statements be produced that accurately reflect the condition of a business. For example, if a company reports in its balance sheet that it had $1,200,000 of accounts receivable as of the end of June, then that amount should indeed have been present on that date.

#### What is the faithful representation?

The new basic definition of faithful representation is the “correspondence or agreement between the accounting measures or descriptions in financial reports and the economic phenomena they purport to represent.” (

#### What is Endomorphism group theory?

In mathematics, an endomorphism is a morphism from a mathematical object to itself. For example, an endomorphism of a vector space V is a linear map f: V → V, and an endomorphism of a group G is a group homomorphism f: G → G. In general, we can talk about endomorphisms in any category.

**What is standard representation?**

A standard representation is a representation that is built into (at least one) definition of the group itself.

## What is reducible irreducible representation?

## What is reducible reaction?

Reducible representation of a group G. A representation of a group G is said to be “reducible” if it is equivalent to a representation Γ of G that has the form of Equation (4.8) for all T ∈ G. It follows from Equations (4.1) and (4.8) that. Φ T ψ n = ∑ m = 1 s 1 Γ 11 T m n ψ n , for n = 1, 2,…,s1 and all T ∈ G.