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**Jan Smotlacha and Goce Chadzitaskos ^{*}**

Department of Physics, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, Czech Technical University, Brehova 7, 110 00 Prague, Czech Republic

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Department of Physics,

Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering,

Czech Technical University,

Brehova 7, 110 00 Prague,

Czech Republic

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**Received date: ** 22 September 2011,** Revised date:** 04 January 2012 **Accepted date:** 06 January 2012

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A theory of grading preserving contractions of representations of Lie algebras has been developed. In this theory, grading of the given Lie algebra is characterized by two sets of parameters satisfying a derived set of equations. Here we introduce a list of resulting 3-dimensional representations for the Z3-grading of the sl(2) Lie algebra.

Contraction, the concept named by In¨on¨u and Wigner [3], is suitable for unification of theories, studying relations between symmetries, etc. The first papers about this concept were published in 1950’s by Segal [6]. The next papers parallel to In¨on¨u and Wigner came from Saletan [5] and Doebner and Melsheimer [2]. In this paper, contractions of representations are studied.

The problem is the following: starting with a given Lie algebra characterized by its commutation relations, a question arises: which Lie algebras can be obtained using graded contractions? This is a natural way of obtaining Lie algebras, starting with a fixed one. Moreover, for n-dimensional representations of the initial Lie algebra, using another tool of the subject, namely the contraction of representations, we can produce new representations of Lie algebras. Using both concepts simultaneou*sl*y, we get representations of Lie algebras which arise as the graded contractions.

The contribution of this paper is the investigation of the *Z _{3}*-graded contraction of 3-dimensional representation of the complex Lie algebra

Graded contractions of Lie algebras are a tool for the production of new Lie algebras from the original Lie algebra. In this section, we introduce the definition of this term.

**Definition 1. **Let n ∈ N and let g be a Lie algebra. A grading is the decomposition [1]

where the commutators satisfy

**Definition 2. **The graded contraction of the given Lie algebra g is the Lie algebra *g ^{ε}* which is isomorphic to the given Lie algebra g as a linear space, and with commutation relations preserving the grading [g

The contraction parameters *ε _{jk}* should satisfy the equations

*ε _{jk}ε_{j}+k,m = ε_{km}ε_{j,k+m}. (2.2)*

We define the contraction matrix ε as

From (2.1), it follows that *ε _{jk}* =

Then we have (up to equivalence of matrices corresponding to the change of bases of the subspaces *g _{1}* and

The Lie algebra * sl*(2) is one of the main kinds of the simple Lie algebras—

*[h,e] = 2e, [h,f] = −2f, [e,f] = h. (3.1)*

In the case of the *Z _{3}*-grading, we have the decomposition

where

*g _{0} = {h}_{lin}, g_{1} = {e}_{lin}, g_{2} = {f}_{lin}. (3.2)*

We apply the matrices from (2.3) on (2.1) and use the notation of (3.2), then we have only 4 distinct possibilities how the commutation relations (3.1) can be changed:

(1) [h,e] = 2e, [h,f] =−2f, [e,f] = 0 which corresponds to the Euclidean algebra e(2) coinciding with the matrices ε_{I} and ε_{II} ,

(2) [h,e] = 0, [h,f] = 0, [e,f] = h corresponding to the Heisenberg algebra h coinciding with the matrices ε_{III} and ε_{V} ,

(3) [h,e] = 0, [h,f] = 0, [e,f] = 0 corresponding to the Abelian algebra c coinciding with the matrices ε_{IV} , ε_{V I} and ε_{V II},

(4) [h,e] = 2e, [h,f] = 0, [e,f] = 0 corresponding to the algebra which we denote l, coinciding with the matrix ε_{V III} .

Starting with the definition of graded contractions of representations, we find different sets of equivalent contractions of Lie algebras and representations for the *Z _{3}*-grading, and we ask which Lie algebras correspond to the representations given by the

**Definition 3.** Let g be a *Z _{p}*-graded Lie algebra, where p ∈ N, and let V be a g-module. Then assume that the action of

0 = T(g_{j})^{ψ} V_{m} ⊆ V_{j}+m, (4.1)

where V_{j} , j = 0, . . . , q−1, defines the corresponding Z_{q}-grading of V and the addition of indices is modulo q. If one denotes the contracted action T(g) on V as

T(g_{j}) ^{ψ} ·V_{m} ⊆ ψ_{jm}T(g_{j}) V_{m}, (4.2)

where ψ_{jm} are the contraction parameters, then

where , m = 0, . . . , q−1, are the base vectors of the subspace V_{m}, ε and *ε _{jk}* denote the contraction of g and the corresponding parameters. The relations (4.3) are definitely satisfied when

*ε _{jk}*ψj+k,m = ψkmψj,k+m = ψ

One uses the notation V^{ψ} for V considered as graded T(*g ^{ε}*)-module, where ψ satisfies (4.4). V

We write the contraction parameters into the matrix as

In the case of contractions of *Z _{3}*-graded representations of

where m ∈ {0,1,2}. From this it follows that (4.6) leads to the system of 18 equations, where for the simplification we suppose that either ψ_{jk} =0 or ψ_{jk} =1 for arbitrary j,k. Now we denote the set of the right-hand sides of (4.6). We divide this set into six parts, each containing a triplet of numbers corresponding to a concrete set of equations in (4.6):

There is a possibility of the cyclic permutation of columns of the contraction matrix ψ and each of these permutations corresponds to the cyclic permutation of numbers in each of the mentioned triplets. Starting with a given contraction matrix ψ, we denote ψ', respectively ψ", the contractions matrices, where all the columns are shifted one position to right, respectively to left.

The possible forms of depend on a pair of contraction matrices (ε,ψ), where ε was assigned in (2.3) and both ε and ψ can be found in the list of possible contractions of representations published in [4] which is also written in the appendix of this paper. We can distinguish these 12 possibilities:

all the matrices ψ have the same form,

(ε_{V III},ψ_{V III.2}) with the same form of the matrices ψ,

(7) =(1 1 0|1 0 0|0 0 0|0 0 0|0 0 0|0 0 0) for combinations with the same form of the matrices ψ (ε_{I},ψ_{I.6}), (ε_{II},ψ_{II.4}), and (ε_{V III},ψ_{V III.3}),

(8) = (1 1 0 | 0 0 0 | 0 1 0 | 0 0 0 | 0 0 0 | 0 0 0) for (ε_{I},ψ_{I.7}),

(9) =(1 1 0|0 0 0|0 0 0|0 0 0|0 0 0|0 0 0) for combinations with the same form of the matrices ψ (ε_{I},ψ_{I.8}), (ε_{II},ψ_{II.5}), (ε_{V I},ψ_{V I.2}), (ε_{V II},ψ_{V II.3}), and (ε_{V III},ψ_{V III.4}),

(8) = (1 1 0 | 0 0 0 | 0 1 0 | 0 0 0 | 0 0 0 | 0 0 0) for (ε_{I},ψ_{I.7}),

(9) =(1 1 0|0 0 0|0 0 0|0 0 0|0 0 0|0 0 0) for combinations with the same form of the matrices ψ (ε_{I},ψ_{I.8}), (ε_{II},ψ_{II.5}), (ε_{V I},ψ_{V I.2}), (ε_{V II},ψ_{V II.3}), and (ε_{V III},ψ_{V III.4}),

(10) = (1 0 0 | 0 0 0 | 0 0 0 | 0 0 0 | 0 0 0 | 0 0 0); here we have 3 distinct sets of pairs with the same matrices ψ: – (ε_{I},ψ_{I.9}), (ε_{II},ψ_{II.6}), (ε_{V I},ψV I.5), (ε_{V II},ψV II.4), and (ε_{V III},ψV III.5), – (ε_{V I},ψV I.3) and (ε_{V II},ψ_{V II.2}), – (ε_{V I},ψ_{V I.4}) and (ε_{V III},ψ_{V III.6}),

(11) = (0 0 0 | 0 0 0 | 0 0 0 | 0 1 0 | 0 0 0 | 0 0 0) for combinations with the same form of the matrices ψ: (ε_{III},ψ_{III.1}), (ε_{IV} ,ψ_{IV.1}), and (ε_{V II},ψ_{V II.5}),

(12) = (0 0 0 | 0 0 0 | 0 0 0 | 0 0 0 | 0 0 0 | 0 0 0); we have 6 distinct sets of pairs of matrices, each of them containing just 1 form of the matrix ψ:

– (ε_{III},ψ_{III.2}) and (ε_{IV} ,ψ_{IV.2}),

– (ε_{V} ,ψ_{V.1}), – (ε_{V} ,ψ_{V.2}) and (ε_{V I},ψ_{V I.6}),

– (ε_{V} ,ψ_{V.3}), (ε_{V I},ψ_{V I.8}), and (ε_{V II},ψ_{V II.6}),

– (ε_{V} ,ψ_{V.4}), (ε_{V I},ψ_{V I.9}), and (ε_{V III},ψ_{V III.7}),

– (ε_{V I},ψ_{V I.7}).

Now we investigate how the contractions in the previous list transform the 3-dimensional representations of * sl*(2). First, we study the cases which coincide with the representations of the Abelian algebra c. These cases immediately provide the solution, because the Abelian algebra cannot be decomposed into anything simpler. In Section 3, we see that the Abelian algebra c coincides with the contraction matrices ε

In order to study the other cases, we start with the 3-dimensional representation of * sl*(2). All irreducible 3- dimensional representations of

Now we consider the remaining cases using this representation T, the corresponding contraction matrices ψ from [4] introduced in the list of all possible contractions of 3-dimensional representations and the contraction matrices ψ ', ψ '" arising from ψ by the cyclic permutation of columns. According to the properties of commutation relations of the matrices corresponding to the resulting representations, we distinguish representations corresponding to Lie algebras e(2), c, *l*, and *l'*, where *l'* and *l* differ in exchanging the commutation relations for e and f:

We explain the procedure on the first case, corresponding to

First, we have to find the grading of the g-module corresponding to (4.1). It appears that the only suitable grading has the form

Now we take the representations T from (4.7) and we multiply the columns of the particular matrices (from right to left in agreement with the grading (4.8)) by the elements of the rows of the matrix ψ: the first row in ψ corresponds to T(h), the second row corresponds to T(e), the third row corresponds to T(f). By this way, we get a new representation

its commutation relations correspond to the Lie algebra l. Next, we compose the matrices ψ ' and ψ " which arise by the permutation of the columns of ψ and get

Now we repeat the same procedure as we did for ψ and get the matrices corresponding to representations of e(2) for both ψ ' and ψ".

The results for all the cases are listed in** Table 1**, where for each case in the previous list, the resulting representation is written.

The presented results of the contractions of 3-dimensional representations of * sl*(2) are applicable in some mathematical areas.

One of them is the area of universal enveloping algebras. The problem, depicted in the following diagram, is the following: we investigate if an adjoint representation ρ represented in a given universal enveloping algebra U(g) associated with a Lie algebra g can be simplified by a contraction ψ to the corresponding adjoint representation ρε represented in another universal enveloping algebra U(*g ^{ε}*) associated with a Lie algebra g which is a contraction of g. It can be shown that in the case g ≡

The support by the Ministry of Education of Czech Republic (project MSM6840770039) is acknowledged as well as support by the Grant Agency of the Czech Technical University in Prague, Grant no. SGS11/132/OHK4/2T/14. The authors are grateful to the referees for constructive remarks which helped to improve the presentation.

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