Event Title

Description and Count of the Extended Symmetric Space of SO(3,p)

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Project ID: MATH 4

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Advisor(s)

Dr. Ellen Ziliak; Benedictine University

Discipline

Mathematics

Start Date

22-4-2020 11:30 AM

End Date

22-4-2020 11:55 AM

Abstract

Our goal is to investigate a Special Orthogonal group of 3 by 3 matrices modulo p, denoted SO(3,p). Such matrices can be used in a multitude of fields, such as physics, chemistry and computer science. We began by generalizing the notion of symmetry as it pertains to matrices. For this investigation, we will use an inner automorphism of order two which is defined as theta(X) = MXM^{-1}. For a specific involution matrix M, we provide a count and description of the elements of the Extended Symmetric Space of 3 by 3 matrices defined as R = {X in SO(3,p) | theta(X) = X^(-1)}.

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Description and Count of the Extended Symmetric Space of SO(3,p)

Our goal is to investigate a Special Orthogonal group of 3 by 3 matrices modulo p, denoted SO(3,p). Such matrices can be used in a multitude of fields, such as physics, chemistry and computer science. We began by generalizing the notion of symmetry as it pertains to matrices. For this investigation, we will use an inner automorphism of order two which is defined as theta(X) = MXM^{-1}. For a specific involution matrix M, we provide a count and description of the elements of the Extended Symmetric Space of 3 by 3 matrices defined as R = {X in SO(3,p) | theta(X) = X^(-1)}.