Robert Steinberg, Collected Papers
This volume is a collection of papers by Robert Steinberg. It contains all of his published papers on group theory, including those on ``special representations'' (now called Steinberg representations), tensor products of representations, finite reflection groups, regular elements of algebraic groups, Galois cohomology, universal extensions, etc. At the end of the book, there is a section called ``Comments on the Papers''. The comments by Steinberg explain how ideas and results have evolved and been used since they first appeared.
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Prime power representations of finite linear groups II Canad J Math
Some consequences of the elementary relations of SLn Contemp Math
Finite reflection groups Trans Amer Math Soc 91 1959 493504 53
The simplicity of certain groups Pacific J Math 10 1960 10391041 83
On Dicksons theorem on invariants J Faculty of Sciences Univ
with R Richardson and G Rohrle Parabolic subgroups with Abelian
Nagatas example in Algebraic groups and Lie groups Austral Math
Automorphisms of finite linear groups Canad J Math 12 1960
Abelian adjoint algebraically closed Amer analogue arbitrary arg ft Assume that G assumption automorphism Borel subgroup Cartan characteristic characters Chevalley classes of G classical coefficients commute component conjugacy classes conjugate COROLLARY corresponding cosets defined denote dimension Dynkin diagram element of G equation equivalent exists finite group fixed follows G is simply group G group of type hence holds homomorphism hyperplanes induction integer invariant irreducible representation isomorphic Lemma Let G Lie algebra Lie groups linear algebraic group linear group Math matrix maximal torus module multiple nilpotent nonzero normal notation orbit orthogonal permutation polynomial positive roots prime proof proved reflection group regular elements Remark replaced representation of G resp result ROBERT STEINBERG root system semisimple classes semisimple elements semisimple group simple groups simple roots simplex simply connected subgroup of G subset surjective symmetric Theorem unipotent elements unique Weyl group whence yields