Irreducible representations of a simple three-dimensional lie algebra over a field of finite characteristic
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The irreducible representations of a simple three-dimensional Lie algebra over a field of finite characteristic are enumerated. The dimensionalities of all representations do not exceed the characteristics p of the base field. For any dimensionality< p there exists a unique representation of this dimensionality. The representations of dimensionality p form a three-dimensional algebraic set. Six literature references are cited.
KeywordsIrreducible Representation Unique Representation Literature Reference Base Field Finite Characteristic
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