Monday, October 4, 2010

Theory Update 6

Recently we were talking about $3 \times 3$ generalisations of the FTS for a Jordan algebra. The dimension $57$ could be obtained in a circulant of form $(1,9,9)$. But the dimension $57$ can also be obtained from a circulant of form


  1. Lawrence B. CrowellOctober 6, 2010 at 9:21 AM

    I began reading the paper by Gunaydin, Koepsell and Nicolai on this topic. They finally came on top of the stack of literature I have yet to read.

  2. LOL, Lawrence. My paper stacks tend to grow exponentially into unreadable piles, until I move and am forced to throw them all out.


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