By Leonid I. Korogodski
The booklet is dedicated to the examine of algebras of capabilities on quantum teams. The authors' method of the topic relies at the parallels with symplectic geometry, permitting the reader to exploit geometric instinct within the idea of quantum teams. The publication contains the idea of Poisson Lie teams (quasi-classical model of algebras of capabilities on quantum groups), an outline of representations of algebras of capabilities, and the idea of quantum Weyl teams. This e-book can function a textual content for an advent to the idea of quantum teams.
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Algebras of Functions on Quantum Groups: Part I by Leonid I. Korogodski