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A Majorana theory?

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Majorana algebras were introduced several years ago as a generalization of the Griess–Norton algebra for the Monster sporadic simple group. One feature of this developing area is that there are now many examples of such algebras while there have been very few general theoretical results.

In the lecture I will attempt to lay some groundwork and present outlines of a possible theory.

This talk is part of the Algebra Seminar series.

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