A Rigidity Property for Quantum SU(3) Groups
Quantum groups were introduced by Drinfeld in the mid 80’s (see ). Originally these objects were studied in connection with the inverse scattering problem. Later quantum groups became interesting objects in themselves and today make up a distinct field in mathematics.
KeywordsQuantum Group Short Exact Sequence Poisson Structure Maximal Torus Polar Decomposition
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