By Pannenberg M.
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12 1 General Methods and Ideas In particular, for the left action of G on itself we have the algebraic regular representation of G on F[G]. We shall see that this representation is particularly important. Let us stress a feature of this representation. We have two actions of G on G, the left and the right action, which commute with each other. In other words we have an action of G x G on G, given by (/z, k)g = hgk~^ (for which G = G x G/A where A = G embedded diagonally; cf. 2). Thus we have the corresponding two actions on F[G] by (h, k)f(g) = f(h~^gk) and we may view the right action as symmetries of the left action and conversely.
For all n, (C3) Here Aec, resp. A^r, indicates the set of diagrams with columns (resp. rows) of even length. 1) obtained by exchanging rows and columns. We prove the first one and leave the others to Chapter 9 and 11, where they are interpreted as character formulas. We offer two proofs: First proof of CI. 1) n = det(A). i > 1, one has a new matrix (btj) where =- bxj = aij, and for / > 1, bij = (Xi - xi)yj yj (1 - Xiyj)(l - xiyj) 1 - xiyj 1 - xtyj Thus from the i^^ row, / > 1, one can extract from the determinant the factor xt — x\ and from the /^*^ column the factor -r-^—.
P„ parameterizes the ^^-orbits. Suppose we want to study a property of the roots which can be verified by evaluating some symmetric polynomials in the roots (this will usually be the case for any condition on the set of all roots). 2 (or any equivalent algorithm), express the value of a symmetric function of the roots through the coefficients. In other words, a symmetric polynomial function / on C" factors through the map n giving rise to an effectively computable^ polynomial function / on P„ such t h a t / = 77r.
A characterization of a class of locally compact Abelian groups via Korovkin theory by Pannenberg M.