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In mathematics, a nullform of a vector space acted on linearly by a group is a vector on which all invariants of the group vanish. Nullforms were introduced by Hilbert. (Dieudonné & Carrell , , p.57).

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  • In mathematics, a nullform of a vector space acted on linearly by a group is a vector on which all invariants of the group vanish. Nullforms were introduced by Hilbert. (Dieudonné & Carrell , , p.57). (en)
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  • In mathematics, a nullform of a vector space acted on linearly by a group is a vector on which all invariants of the group vanish. Nullforms were introduced by Hilbert. (Dieudonné & Carrell , , p.57). (en)
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