Complex Lie group

In geometry, a complex Lie group is a complex-analytic manifold that is also a group in such a way is holomorphic. Basic examples are , the general linear groups over the complex numbers. A connected compact complex Lie group is precisely a complex torus (not to be confused with the complex Lie group ). Any finite group may be given the structure of a complex Lie group. A complex semisimple Lie group is an algebraic group.



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