diagonal action



For GG a group with action on two objects XX and YY, there is a canonically induced action on the product X×YX \times Y. This is the diagonal action.


For every gGg\in G, g:XXg:X\rightarrow X, xgxx\mapsto gx, and g:YYg:Y\rightarrow Y, ygyy\mapsto gy are both automorphisms, and the maps g:X×Yg:X\times Y, g(x,y)=(gx,gy)g(x,y)=(gx, gy) define the diagonal action of GG on X×YX\times Y.

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