> < ^ Date: Fri, 06 Apr 2001 11:59:44 +0100 (WET DST)
> < ^ From: Philippe Gaillard <pgaillar@maths.univ-rennes1.fr >
> < ^ Subject: Re: Chevalley module for SO(4,C)

Dear gap-forum, and Jan,

I'm far to be an expert in representation theory and in GAP, but I'm
looking for a Chevalley module V for G=SO(4,C), taht is to say a faithful
finite dimensional SO(4,C)-module such that:
1. V contains no one-dimensional G-modules
2. any proper connected closed subgroup H $\in$ G leaves a one-dimensional
subspace W $\in$ V invariant.

I don't understand your question. Looking at the Lie algebra level,
you need a faithful module V for g=sl_2+sl_2 such that any proper subalgebra
leaves a 1-dim subspace invariant, contrary to g itself. Any g-module is
a direct sum of submodules V_i tensor V_j, where i,j>0 denote the highest
weights; i.e. the first sl_2 acts trivially on V_j and the second acts
trivially on V_i. Now h=the first sl_2-factor is a proper subalgebra
of g. Suppose that there exists a 1-d W<=V such that hW<=W. W has a
non-zero projection to some V_i tensor V_j, and we find a 1-d. subspace
W' of the latter with the same property. However, the sl_2 in h will
not leave W' invariant. So, no such module exists.

I look actually for a Chevalley module in order to use a theorem of C.Mitschi
and M.F.Singer to find a realization over C(x) of SO(4,C) by a system Y'=AY.
In their article, they prove that every connected semisimple linear group
defined over C has a Chevalley module. The references of their article are:
Connected Linear Groups as Differential Galois Groups; J.of Algebra,184(1996),
p.333-361 (p.344 for the lemma which interests us).
Hoping this may help you,
Best regards,

Philippe Gaillard

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