In the representation theory branch of mathematics, Symplectic representations are a Lie variable-based math on a symplectic vector space or a representation of a gathering which portrays a form or frame that is symplectic. If you would like to know more about this widespread type of representations, let's asses your knowledge of Symplectic representations.
W(w.v,gw)=w(v,w)
W(g.v,gw)=w(v,w)
W(g.v,vw)=w(v,w)
W(g.v,gw)=w(v,g)
Frobenius-schur indicator
Thomas indicator
Abel–Jacobi theorem
Ado's theorem
Quaternionic representations of indefinite groups
Thomas representations
Quaternionic representations of finite groups
Mathematical folding theorem
Injective
Objective
Functional
Perpendicular
Vertical map
Linear map
Functional map
Horizontal map
Functional point
Repression
Isomorphism
Dual movement
Dual movement
Schur's lemma
Division algebra
Endomorphisms
Repressed
Dimensional
Decomposable
Rational
Theory of Fourier series
Carter theory
Birkhoff's theorem
Cartan–Dieudonné theorem
(V,W)
(V,U)
(W, V)
(S, U)
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