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Lemma 1: The set of LSTs defined in Eqn (2) forms the so-called LST group with respect to the operation “sequential application”: (7) This means that: 1) The binary operation is associative for any three elements f1 (r) , f2 (r) , f3 (r) belonging to 2) There exists a unit element, fe (r) = r ∈ . ,rN) be an arbitrary normalized wave function belonging to LN . To every element of the set one may associate a unitary linear operator defined through the rule: → → 48 YA. I. DELCHEV ET AL. (8) → We denote the set ofoperators corresponding to the elements f(r) ∈ → by Lemma 2: The set is a group with respect to the operator product and is a unitary representation of in the space LN .
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