Counting semisimple orbits of finite Lie algebras by genus

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Fulman, Jason;

The adjoint action of a finite group of Lie type on its Lie algebra is studied. A simple formula is conjectured for the number of split semisimple orbits of a given genus. This conjecture is proved for type A, and partial results are obtained for other types. For type A... View more
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