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Thanks so much for reading.

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Thanks so much for reading.

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As far as I understand it you have fields like A... with a representation of the Lie algebra of my symmetry group in terms the fields in my Lagrangian. ... Does anybody know how to get from the representation of the algebra to the actual transformations?

So what you need is the finite transformation. They can be represented via the matrix representation. So you have to find generators of you algebra, i.e. matrices T

g[q] = exp iq

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