Structure of the closure of orbits in spaces of finite-dimensional linear SL(2) representations
- V. L. Popov
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The orbital decomposition of the closure of an arbitrary orbit in the space of a finite-dimensional linear representation of the group SL(2) is described in terms of certain integervalued invariants. The basic field is algebraically closed and has zero characteristic.
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- Structure of the closure of orbits in spaces of finite-dimensional linear SL(2) representations
Mathematical notes of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR
Volume 16, Issue 6 , pp 1159-1162
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- 1. Moscow Institute of Electronic Machine Design, USSR