Algebras, Representations and Applications: Conference in by Vyacheslav Futorny, Victor Kac, Iryna Kashuba, Efim Zelmanov

By Vyacheslav Futorny, Victor Kac, Iryna Kashuba, Efim Zelmanov

This quantity comprises contributions from the convention on 'Algebras, Representations and functions' (Maresias, Brazil, August 26 - September 1, 2007), in honor of Ivan Shestakov's sixtieth birthday. This booklet should be of curiosity to graduate scholars and researchers operating within the conception of Lie and Jordan algebras and superalgebras and their representations, Hopf algebras, Poisson algebras, Quantum teams, staff jewelry and different themes

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T∈∆0 Hence < er , er , er >= −1/2[er , [er , er ]] = 1/2[[er , er ], er ]. On the other hand, from the definition of Akivis superalgebra, we have that SJ(er , er , er ) = 3[[er , er ], er ] = 6A(er , er , er ). Thus < er , er , er >= A(er , er , er ). 2. r ≤ k < s and r = k if r ∈ ∆1 : ¯ < er , es , ek >= (er es ) ∗ ek − er ∗ ((−1)s¯k ek es + [es , ek ]) = ¯ ¯ (−1)s¯k er ek es + A(er , es , ek ) − (−1)s¯k A(er , ek , es )+ ¯ ¯ s¯k +er ∗ [es , ek ] − er ∗ [es , ek ] − (−1) er ek es + (−1)s¯k A(er , ek , es ) = = A(er , es , ek ).

1]. 1) where {eg , g ∈ G, E} is a set of central indecomposable idempotents and E is the identity matrix. Since dim H = |G| + n2 the order of G is a divisor of n2 . Recall that there are left and right actions f x, x f of a dual Hopf algebra H ∗ on H, namely if f ∈ H ∗ , x ∈ H, and ∆(x) = x x(1) ⊗ x(2) then f x= x(1) f, x(2) , x f= f, x(1) (x(2) ). x x The convolution multiplication f ∗ g in H ∗ has the form f ∗ g, x = µ(f ⊗ g)∆(x) = f, x(1) g, x(2) x = f, g x = g, x f , ∗ where x ∈ H, f, g ∈ H and µ : H ⊗ H → H – is the multiplication map in H.

T∈∆0 In a similar way, we see that er ∗ [er , er ] = αt (et er + [er , et ]) = t∈∆0 αt et er + [er , [er , er ]]. t∈∆0 Hence < er , er , er >= −1/2[er , [er , er ]] = 1/2[[er , er ], er ]. On the other hand, from the definition of Akivis superalgebra, we have that SJ(er , er , er ) = 3[[er , er ], er ] = 6A(er , er , er ). Thus < er , er , er >= A(er , er , er ). 2. r ≤ k < s and r = k if r ∈ ∆1 : ¯ < er , es , ek >= (er es ) ∗ ek − er ∗ ((−1)s¯k ek es + [es , ek ]) = ¯ ¯ (−1)s¯k er ek es + A(er , es , ek ) − (−1)s¯k A(er , ek , es )+ ¯ ¯ s¯k +er ∗ [es , ek ] − er ∗ [es , ek ] − (−1) er ek es + (−1)s¯k A(er , ek , es ) = = A(er , es , ek ).

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