Finite
Geometry Notes |

The great mathematician Hermann Weyl wrote a book, invariant
is something that does not change under a set of transformations.
Invariance is the property of being an invariant. Some felt that Einstein's relativity theory should be called Invariantentheorie,
"theory of invariants.")
However you rearrange the quadrants of the diamond figure, the result has some ordinary or color-interchange symmetry: So the diamond figure illustrates how -- Steven H. Cullinane
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