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From u(n)) and Hermitian (iu(n)) matrices. These notions can be extended to Lie groups. For simplicity, we only consider the case of connected groups. 51. Let G be a connected complex Lie group, g = Lie(G) and let K ⊂ G be a closed real Lie subgroup in G such that k = Lie(K) is a real form of g. Then K is called a real form of G. 15) that if g = Lie(G) is the Lie algebra of a connected simply-connected complex Lie group G, then every real form k ⊂ g can be obtained from a real form K ⊂ G of the Lie group.

Proof. 12, ad : g → gl(g) must preserve commutator. 6). 3). 17. 5). A morphism of Lie algebras is a K-linear map f : g1 → g2 which preserves the commutator. This definition makes sense for any field; however, in this book we will only consider real (K = R) and complex (K = C) Lie algebras. 18. Let g be a vector space with the commutator defined by [x, y] = 0 for all x, y ∈ g. Then g is a Lie algebra; such a Lie algebra is called commutative, or abelian, Lie algebra. 13, where it was shown that for a commutative Lie group G, g = T1 G is naturally a commutative Lie algebra.

Then gC = gl(n, C). , from u(n)) and Hermitian (iu(n)) matrices. These notions can be extended to Lie groups. For simplicity, we only consider the case of connected groups. 51. Let G be a connected complex Lie group, g = Lie(G) and let K ⊂ G be a closed real Lie subgroup in G such that k = Lie(K) is a real form of g. Then K is called a real form of G. 15) that if g = Lie(G) is the Lie algebra of a connected simply-connected complex Lie group G, then every real form k ⊂ g can be obtained from a real form K ⊂ G of the Lie group.

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