Combinatory logic by Curry Haskell B.

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67) l=1 2. Action of each U ∈ SU (2) on the state vector space H : The state vector Ψ ∈ H undergoes the transformation Ψ → TU Ψ given by (TU Ψ)(X, Z) = Ψ (R(U ))T X, U T Z . 68) This formulation not only makes transparent the left action of the group SU (2), but also clearly invites the possibility of further transformations of the state vector by using right transformations X → XY and Z → ZY by an arbitrary matrix Y of order n. Thus, for example, if we choose Y = Pπ to be a permutation matrix, such transformations permute the spatial and spin coordinates of the particles.

35) of matrices U ∈ SU (2) and R ∈ SO(3, R) in terms of points on the unit sphere S3 are very useful for obtaining other parametrizations of these groups simply by parametrizing the points on the unit sphere S3 , as we give below. 1. 36) (α0 , α)(α0 , α ) = (α0 , α ) = α0 α0 − α · α , α0 α + α0 α + α × α . 37) These same relations hold, of course, upon replacing U by R. We also note the following results for unitary matrices. The group U (2) of unitary matrices is given in terms of the group of unitary unimodular matrices SU (2) by U (2) = Uφ = eiφ U | U ∈ SU (2), 0 ≤ φ < 2π .

0, 1, 0, . . 54) where the single 1 appears in row j − m + 1, m = j, j − 1, . . , −j. Thus, we have that the tensor product space is realized by H⊗C2j+1 with state vectors given by   ψj,j (x)  ψj,j−1 (x)  = ψj m (x)sj m . 55) Ψj (x) =  ..   . 41), this tensor product space undergoes the transformation     (TU ψj,j )(x) ψj,j (x) )(x)   (T ψ  ψj,j−1 (x)   = Dj (U )  U j,j−1  TU  ..     . 56) = D j (U )  ..   . ψj, −j (x ) where the coordinate transformation (x1 , x2 , x2 ) → (x1 , x2 , x2 ) is still given by 3 xi = Rik (U )xk , i = 1, 2, 3.

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