Questions on the group-theoretic functionality of Mathematica.

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Finding elementary cycles of (directed) graphs

I need to enumerate all the simple cycles (i.e. elementary cycles where no vertex is repeated other than the starting) of a graph which has both directed and undirected edges, where we can treat the ...
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Defining a non-commutative operator algebra in Mathematica

I am trying to develop a function(s) to do some commutator algebra to compute the enveloping algebra and ideals of a Lie algebra. For example if I have $SU(2)$ algebra generated by $L_i$ ($i=1,2,3$), ...
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What is the command to find function invariant?

What is the command to find function invariant? http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/AFunctionInvariantUnderAGroupOfTransformations/ what is algorithm it use to calculate this? Edit there is a book ...
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Plotting All Possible Points Belonging to a Group Orbit

Given that $$X = \{(x,y,z) \in \mathbb{R}^3 |\, x^2 + y^2 + z^2 - 2(xy + xz + yz) = k\}\,,$$ where $k$ is a constant. Also given that a group $G$ is represented by $$\langle g_1,g_2,g_3|\, g_1^2 = ...
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Total by a criteria

I am developing a weighted KNN algorithm. In a step, I need to do the sum of weights of each class. For example: ...
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How to generate a matrix group?

I have three $7\times 7$ matrices (with real entries, lots of zeros) and I'd like to check if they generate a finite group (or, more precisely, if the group they generate is of precise order). Would ...
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How to transform abstract finite group to permutation group?

It seems that Mathematica only has group functionality for permutation groups? Then there is a step to transform the abstract finite one to a permutation one. As an example, consider the following ...
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$3\times 3 = 6 + \bar{3}$ in Mathematica?

Can Mathematica handle this type of algebra, which is used very frequently in e.g. particle/nuclear physics? That is, I want to decompose a product of representations (in $SU(N)$ say) into irreducible ...