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Dirac Operators in Representation Theory

Huang, Jing-Song, Pandzic, Pavle

2006, X, 199p.

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This book contains a more detailed explanation of the results from several recent papers of the authors. The book is aimed at a somewhat broader audience. Clifford algebras are presented rather thoroughly. Some basics of Lie groups and their representations are mostly relegated to earlier literature. There is a good introduction to the so-called cohomological induction, which is short but still gives the main ideas of some parts of the proofs. – MathSciNet



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