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How is integration over the group SU(3) defined?

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How is integration over the group SU(3) defined?

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The keyword is: Haar Measure. See for example this http://gemma.ujf.cas.cz/~brauner/files/Haar_measure.pdf" [Broken].

Sorry for the short answer, I'm in a hurry.

Sorry for the short answer, I'm in a hurry.

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Can someone please specify a reference that gives a good explanation of SU(3) (like finding generators, etc..)?

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Perhaps you would be interested in this:

http://www.osti.gov/bridge/servlets/purl/534536-XMtlz7/webviewable/534536.pdf"

Among other things, it discusses Euler-angle parametrization of SU(3), and the definition of an invariant volume element. Take a look at section 4 in particular.

http://www.osti.gov/bridge/servlets/purl/534536-XMtlz7/webviewable/534536.pdf"

Among other things, it discusses Euler-angle parametrization of SU(3), and the definition of an invariant volume element. Take a look at section 4 in particular.

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