Lie groups | Geometry | Abelian group theory

In geometry, an abelian Lie group is a Lie group that is an abelian group. A connected abelian real Lie group is isomorphic to . In particular, a connected abelian (real) compact Lie group is a torus; i.e., a Lie group isomorphic to . A connected complex Lie group that is a compact group is abelian and a connected compact complex Lie group is a complex torus; i.e., a quotient of by a lattice. Let A be a compact abelian Lie group with the identity component . If is a cyclic group, then is topologically cyclic; i.e., has an element that generates a dense subgroup. (In particular, a torus is topologically cyclic.) (Wikipedia).

Jacob explains the fundamental concepts in group theory of what groups and subgroups are, and highlights a few examples of groups you may already know. Abelian groups are named in honor of Niels Henrik Abel (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Niels_Henrik_Abel), who pioneered the subject of

From playlist Basics: Group Theory

Every Group of Order Five or Smaller is Abelian Proof

Please Subscribe here, thank you!!! https://goo.gl/JQ8Nys Every Group of Order Five or Smaller is Abelian Proof. In this video we prove that if G is a group whose order is five or smaller, then G must be abelian.

From playlist Abstract Algebra

This lecture is part of an online math course on group theory. We review free abelian groups, then construct free (non-abelian) groups, and show that they are given by the set of reduced words, and as a bonus find that they are residually finite.

From playlist Group theory

This lecture is part of an online graduate course on Lie groups. We define the Lie algebra of a Lie group in two ways, and show that it satisfied the Jacobi identity. The we calculate the Lie algebras of a few Lie groups. For the other lectures in the course see https://www.youtube.co

From playlist Lie groups

Group theory 17: Finite abelian groups

This lecture is part of a mathematics course on group theory. It shows that every finitely generated abelian group is a sum of cyclic groups. Correction: At 9:22 the generators should be g, h+ng not g, g+nh

From playlist Group theory

Abstract Algebra - 11.1 Fundamental Theorem of Finite Abelian Groups

We complete our study of Abstract Algebra in the topic of groups by studying the Fundamental Theorem of Finite Abelian Groups. This tells us that every finite abelian group is a direct product of cyclic groups of prime-power order. Video Chapters: Intro 0:00 Before the Fundamental Theorem

From playlist Abstract Algebra - Entire Course

AlgTopReview4: Free abelian groups and non-commutative groups

Free abelian groups play an important role in algebraic topology. These are groups modelled on the additive group of integers Z, and their theory is analogous to the theory of vector spaces. We state the Fundamental Theorem of Finitely Generated Commutative Groups, which says that any such

From playlist Algebraic Topology

Every Subgroup of an Abelian Group is Normal Proof

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From playlist Abstract Algebra

David Zywina, Computing Sato-Tate and monodromy groups.

VaNTAGe seminar on May 5, 2020. License: CC-BY-NC-SA Closed captions provided by Jun Bo Lau.

From playlist The Sato-Tate conjecture for abelian varieties

Francesc Fité, Sato-Tate groups of abelian varieties of dimension up to 3

VaNTAGe seminar on April 7, 2020 License: CC-BY-NC-SA Closed captions provided by Jun Bo Lau.

From playlist The Sato-Tate conjecture for abelian varieties

Visual Group Theory, Lecture 4.4: Finitely generated abelian groups

Visual Group Theory, Lecture 4.4: Finitely generated abelian groups We begin this lecture by proving that the cyclic group of order n*m is isomorphic to the direct product of cyclic groups of order n and m if and only if gcd(n,m)=1. Then, we classify all finite abelian groups by decomposi

From playlist Visual Group Theory

David Corwin, Kim's conjecture and effective Faltings

VaNTAGe seminar, on Nov 24, 2020 License: CC-BY-NC-SA.

From playlist ICERM/AGNTC workshop updates

This lecture is part of an online graduate course on Lie groups. We give an introductory survey of Lie groups theory by describing some examples of Lie groups in low dimensions. Some recommended books: Lie algebras and Lie groups by Serre (anything by Serre is well worth reading) Repre

From playlist Lie groups

Moduli of p-divisible groups (Lecture 1) by Ehud De Shalit

PERFECTOID SPACES ORGANIZERS: Debargha Banerjee, Denis Benois, Chitrabhanu Chaudhuri, and Narasimha Kumar Cheraku DATE & TIME: 09 September 2019 to 20 September 2019 VENUE: Madhava Lecture Hall, ICTS, Bangalore Scientific committee: Jacques Tilouine (University of Paris, France) Eknath

From playlist Perfectoid Spaces 2019

Kiran Kedlaya, The Sato-Tate conjecture and its generalizations

VaNTAGe seminar on March 24, 2020 License: CC-BY-NC-SA Closed captions provided by Jun Bo Lau.

From playlist The Sato-Tate conjecture for abelian varieties

Simple Groups - Abstract Algebra

Simple groups are the building blocks of finite groups. After decades of hard work, mathematicians have finally classified all finite simple groups. Today we talk about why simple groups are so important, and then cover the four main classes of simple groups: cyclic groups of prime order

From playlist Abstract Algebra

Christelle Vincent, Exploring angle rank using the LMFDB

VaNTAGe Seminar, February 15, 2022 License: CC-NC-BY-SA Links to some of the papers mentioned in the talk: Dupuy, Kedlaya, Roe, Vincent: https://arxiv.org/abs/2003.05380 Dupuy, Kedlaya, Zureick-Brown: https://arxiv.org/abs/2112.02455 Zarhin 1979: https://link.springer.com/article/10.100

From playlist Curves and abelian varieties over finite fields

The Zilber-Pink conjecture - Jonathan Pila

Hermann Weyl Lectures Topic: The Zilber-Pink conjecture Speaker: Jonathan Pila Affiliation: University of Oxford Date: October 26, 2018 For more video please visit http://video.ias.edu

From playlist Hermann Weyl Lectures

Lie groups: Lie groups and Lie algebras

This lecture is part of an online graduate course on Lie groups. We discuss the relation between Lie groups and Lie algebras, and give several examples showing how they behave differently. Lie algebras turn out to correspond more closely to the simply connected Lie groups. We then explain

From playlist Lie groups

Andrew Sutherland, Arithmetic L-functions and their Sato-Tate distributions

VaNTAGe seminar on April 28, 2020. License: CC-BY-NC-SA Closed captions provided by Jun Bo Lau.

From playlist The Sato-Tate conjecture for abelian varieties