Ado's theorem In abstract algebra, Ado's theorem is a theorem characterizing finite-dimensional Lie algebras.
Inhalt 1 Aussage 2 Geschichte 3 Auswirkungen 4 Verweise 5 External links Statement Ado's theorem states that every finite-dimensional Lie algebra L over a field K of characteristic zero can be viewed as a Lie algebra of square matrices under the commutator bracket. Etwas präziser, the theorem states that L has a linear representation ρ over K, on a finite-dimensional vector space V, that is a faithful representation, making L isomorphic to a subalgebra of the endomorphisms of V.
History The theorem was proved in 1935 by Igor Dmitrievich Ado of Kazan State University, a student of Nikolai Chebotaryov.
The restriction on the characteristic was later removed by Kenkichi Iwasawa (see also the below Gerhard Hochschild paper for a proof).
Implications While for the Lie algebras associated to classical groups there is nothing new in this, the general case is a deeper result. Applied to the real Lie algebra of a Lie group G, it does not imply that G has a faithful linear representation (which is not true in general), but rather that G always has a linear representation that is a local isomorphism with a linear group.
References Ado, Igor D. (1935), "Note on the representation of finite continuous groups by means of linear substitutions", Izv. Fiz.-Mat. Obsch. (Kazan'), 7: 1–43. (Russian language) Ado, Igor D. (1947), "The representation of Lie algebras by matrices", Akademiya Nauk SSSR i Moskovskoe Matematicheskoe Obshchestvo. Uspekhi Matematicheskikh Nauk (auf Russisch), 2 (6): 159–173, ISSN 0042-1316, HERR 0027753 translation in Ado, Igor D. (1949), "The representation of Lie algebras by matrices", American Mathematical Society Translations, 1949 (2): 21, ISSN 0065-9290, HERR 0030946 Iwasawa, Kenkichi (1948), "On the representation of Lie algebras", Japanese Journal of Mathematics, 19: 405–426, HERR 0032613 Harish-Chandra (1949), "Faithful representations of Lie algebras", Annalen der Mathematik, Zweite Serie, 50: 68–76, doi:10.2307/1969352, ISSN 0003-486X, JSTOR 1969352, HERR 0028829 Hochschild, Gerhard (1966), "An addition to Ado's theorem", Verfahren der American Mathematical Society, 17: 531–533, doi:10.1090/s0002-9939-1966-0194482-0 Nathan Jacobson, Lüge Algebren, pp. 202–203 External links Ado’s theorem, comments and a proof of Ado's theorem in Terence Tao's blog What's new. Kategorien: Lie algebrasTheorems about algebras
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