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You can find the underlying theorem (7.1.) here: https://www.physicsforums.com/insights/journey-manifold-su2-part-ii/

For the mathematical derivation I recommend [6] in the sources. The main reason is, that all invariant subspaces are one-dimensional, and the upper triangular matrix shifts those subspaces one place higher, the lower triangular one place less.

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