| Shahn Majid - Mathematics - 2002 - 169 pages
Self-contained introduction to quantum groups as algebraic objects, suitable as a textbook for graduate courses. | |
| Shahn Majid - Science - 2012
This book gets to the heart of science by asking a fundamental question about its essence: what is the true nature of space and time? Both defy modern physics and scientists ... | |
| Jeffrey Bergen, Susan Montgomery - Mathematics - 1994 - 344 pages
"This remarkable reference covers topics such as quantum groups, Hopf Galois theory, actions and coactions of Hopf algebras, smash and crossed products, and the structure of ... | |
| Leonardo Castellani, Julius Wess - Science - 1996 - 629 pages
This book focuses on quantum groups, i.e., continuous deformations of Lie groups, and their applications in physics. These algebraic structures have been studied in the last ... | |
| Dmitriĭ Petrovich Zhelobenko - Mathematics - 430 pages
The main topic of this book can be described as the theory of algebraic and topological structures admitting natural representations by operators in vector spaces. These ... | |
| Susan Montgomery, Hans-Jurgen Schneider - Mathematics - 2002 - 485 pages
This timely collection of expository papers highlights progress and new directions in Hopf algebras. Arising from the MSRI workshop on Hopf Algebras in October 1999, some ... | |
| Andrew Pressley - Mathematics - 2002 - 234 pages
Since its genesis in the early 1980s, the subject of quantum groups has grown rapidly. By the late 1990s most of the foundational issues had been resolved and many of the ... | |
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