Representations—in the representation theory branch of mathematics—have subrepresentations. They simply mean a representation with limited dimensions dependably contains a nonzero subrepresentation that is unchangeable. Also, given a representation of a group, a direct linear subspace is preserved by a predefined action. If you'd like to know more about subrepresentations, take the short quiz below.
Representation theory
Maxim theory
Algebraic theory
Quadratic functionÂ
Irreducible
Functional
Maximal
Reducible
Choquet theory
Braid theory
Clebschâ€“Gordan theory
Maxim theory
Group representation
Maximum functions
Functional numbers
Irreducible representation
Finite zero
Maxim point
Characteristic zero
Functional stop
Field of an angle
Positive characteristics
Line function
Algebraic fields
Group algebra
Finite point
View point
Misrepresentations
Finite numbers
Smooth manifold
Irregular manifold
Complex functions
Linear algebra
Solving functions
Angular calculations
Complex functions
Representation space
Representation dimension
Algebraic constant
Representation line
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