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Symmetry groups of Lie algebras and superalgebras constructed from (∈, δ)-Freudenthal-Kantor triple systems have been studied. In particular, for a special (ε, ε)-Freudenthal–Kantor triple, it is the SL(2) group. Also, the relationship between two constructions of Lie algebras from structurable algebras has been investigated.
We study Lie algebras endowed with an action by automorphisms of the dicyclic group of degree 3. The close connections of these algebras with Lie algebras graded over the non-reduced root system BC1, with J-ternary algebras and with Freudenthal–Kantor triple systems are explored.
In this paper, we discuss a connection between (−1, −1)-Freudenthal–Kantor triple systems, anti-structurable algebras, quasi anti-flexible algebras and give examples of such structures. The paper provides the correspondence and characterization of a bilinear product corresponding a triple product.
In this paper we discuss the simplicity criteria of (−1,−1)-Freudenthal Kantor triple systems and give examples of such triple systems, from which we can construct some Lie superalgebras. We also show that we can associate a Jordan triple system to any (ε,δ)-Freudenthal Kantor triple system. Further, we introduce the notion of δ-structurable algebras and connect them to (−1,δ)-Freudenthal Kantor triple systems and the corresponding Lie (super)algebra construction.
Lie algebras endowed with an action by automorphisms of any of the symmetric groups S3 or S4 are considered, and their decomposition into a direct sum of irreducible modules for the given action is studied. In the case of S3-symmetry, the Lie algebras are coordinatized by some non-associative systems, which are termed generalized Malcev algebras, as they extend the classical Malcev algebras. These systems are endowed with a binary and a ternary product, and include both the Malcev algebras and the Jordan triple systems.
We will present an investigation of (ε, δ)-Freudenthal–Kantor supertriple systems that are intimately related to Lie supertriple systems and Lie superalgebras. We can also introduce a super analogue of Nijenhuis tensor and almost-complex structure in differential geometry.
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