A classification is obtained of the irreducible representations of the group indicated in the title. It is shown that a description of the complex representations of the general linear group of arbitrary degree over a residue ring modulo a primary number contains the problem of a matrix pair.
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Nagornyi, S.V. Complex representations of the general linear group of third degree over a residue ring modulo a primary integer. J Math Sci 37, 1015–1021 (1987). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01089095
- Irreducible Representation
- Primary Number
- Linear Group
- Complex Representation
- General Linear Group