| Gabriel Navarro - Mathematics - 1998 - 287 pages
This is a clear, accessible and up-to-date exposition of modular representation theory of finite groups from a character-theoretic viewpoint. After a short review of the ... | |
| Geoff Smith, Olga Tabachnikova - Mathematics - 2012 - 256 pages
The theory of groups is simultaneously a branch of abstract algebra and the study of symmetry. Designed for readers approaching the subject for the first time, this book ... | |
| Mark A. Armstrong - Mathematics - 2013 - 187 pages
This is a gentle introduction to the vocabulary and many of the highlights of elementary group theory. Written in an informal style, the material is divided into short sections ... | |
| Mike Krebs, Anthony Shaheen - Mathematics - 2011 - 258 pages
Expander families enjoy a wide range of applications in mathematics and computer science, and their study is a fascinating one in its own right. Expander Families and Cayley ... | |
| N. Bourbaki - Mathematics - 2002 - 300 pages
The purpose of the Elements of Mathematics by Nicolas Bourbaki is to provide a formal, systematic presentation of mathematics from their beginning. This volume contains ... | |
| Olaf Manz, Thomas R. Wolf - Mathematics - 1993 - 302 pages
Representation theory plays an important role in algebra, and in this book Manz and Wolf concentrate on that part of the theory which relates to solvable groups. The authors ... | |
| Yvette Kosmann-Schwarzbach - Mathematics - 2009 - 196 pages
- Combines material from many areas of mathematics, including algebra, geometry, and analysis, so students see connections between these areas - Applies material to physics so ... | |
| Mark R. Sepanski - Mathematics - 2006 - 201 pages
Blending algebra, analysis, and topology, the study of compact Lie groups is one of the most beautiful areas of mathematics and a key stepping stone to the theory of general ... | |
| D.L. Johnson - Mathematics - 2002 - 198 pages
" ... many eminent scholars, endowed with great geometric talent, make a point of never disclosing the simple and direct ideas that guided them, subordinating their elegant ... | |
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