Physical Mathematics

ISSN: 2090-0902

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Quantum groups, Hopf algebras and Frobenius Algebras


Himanshu Chawla*

Albert Einstein introduced the hypotheses of extraordinary relativity and general relativity in distributions that either contained no proper references to past writing, or alluded uniquely to few his archetypes for principal results on which he based his speculations, most eminently to crafted by Henri Poincaré and Hendrik Lorentz for exceptional relativity, and to crafted by David Hilbert, Carl F. Gauss, Bernhard Riemann, and Ernst Mach for general relativity. Hence, claims have been advanced about the two speculations, attesting that they were defined, either completely or to a limited extent, by others before Einstein. At issue is the degree to which Einstein and different others ought to be credited for the plan of these hypotheses, in light of need contemplations.


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