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In characteristic 0 studying the groups is almost equivalent to studying the Lie algebras and their representations. This line of research doesn't necessarily reveal much that is new about Lie groups, but it does place those groups in a framework which extends to other fields, etc.
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Viewed times. Comparison of real and complex forms of the Lie algebras, along with their finite dimensional representations, goes back a century or so. Most approaches to classification rely on working out the easier complex case first, then studying restriction to real forms and extension of scalars. See for example Helgason's books.
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