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Complex representation

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  1. has slightly different meanings in mathematics and physics

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  2. In mathematics, a complex representation is a group representation of a group (or Lie algebra) on a complex vector space

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  3. In physics, a complex representation is a group representation of a group (or Lie algebra) on a complex vector space that is neither real nor pseudoreal

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  4. In other words, the group elements are expressed as complex matrices, and the complex conjugate of a complex representation is a different, non-equivalent representation

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  5. For compact groups, the Frobenius-Schur indicator can be used to tell whether a representation is real, complex, or pseudo-real

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