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30 2. REPRESENTATIONS OF LIE ALGEBRAS The connection between these results and special function theory is now apparent. The matrix elements T&) are functions on the local group G and, if we make the proper choices for G and a basis of V, they will turn out to be familiar special functions. Moreover, the analytic functions p(qJ will often be expressible as special functions. I n this case Eqs. 5) constitute addition theorems, generating functions, and recursion relations for the special functions T,,(g)and p(vk).
T h e elements of 4 are just the finite sums of elements of the form TY(g)o, where g E G,z, E V . Consequently, if condition (A) is satisfied a representation p of L(G) will induce a multiplier representation TY of G which leaves invariant. I n general, TY depends critically on the dimension m of Crnand on the choice of V . T o preserve the one-to-one correspondence between local Lie groups and Lie algebras, we need to find conditions which guarantee that the action of TY on P is in some way uniquely determined by p.
2) If p ( v) = 8' then v = 8. (3) For every v' E V' there exists a er E V such that p(v) = v'. p(a1v1 Let p, p' be representations of 9 on V , V', respectively. p and p' are said to be isomorphic if there exists an isomorphism p of V and V' such that p(p(a)v) = p'(a)p(v) for all a E 9,v E V. 2-2 Realizations of Representations Let G be a local Lie group with Lie algebra L(G) and suppose p is a representation of L(G) on the abstract vector space V. In analogy with the theory of local transformation groups presented in Chapter 1, it would seem natural to construct a mapping 6 of G into 9(V) as follows: where a EL(G),v E V , and t E @.