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Non-Abelian Discrete Symmetries in Particle Physics

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Non-Abelian Discrete Symmetries in Particle Physics
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 179

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We review pedagogically non-Abelian discrete groups, which play an important role in the particle physics. We show group-theoretical aspects for many concrete groups, such as representations, their tensor products. We explain how to derive, conjugacy classes, characters, representations, and tensor products for these groups (with a finite number).

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