Let G = {g} be a group and H = {h} be a subgroup of G. Let Î“(G) = {Î“(g); g âˆˆ G} be a representation of G, then it provides a representation of H by {Î“(h); h âˆˆ H}. This representation is called the subduced representation of Î“(G) onto H or the representation of H subduced by the representation Î“(G).