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6 edition of **Finite Groups 2003** found in the catalog.

- 149 Want to read
- 25 Currently reading

Published
**November 2004**
by Walter de Gruyter
.

Written in English

- Groups & group theory,
- Finite groups,
- Mathematics,
- Trigonometry,
- Science/Mathematics,
- Group Theory,
- Congresses

**Edition Notes**

Contributions | C. Y. Ho (Editor), P. Sin (Editor), Pham Huu Tiep (Editor), A. Turull (Editor) |

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Hardcover |

Number of Pages | 417 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL9017429M |

ISBN 10 | 3110174472 |

ISBN 10 | 9783110174472 |

Representation Theory of Finite Groups is a five chapter text that covers the standard material of representation theory. This book starts with an overview of the basic concepts of the subject, including group characters, representation modules, and the rectangular representation. Finite Groups by Daniel Gorenstein, , Even now, the book remains one of the best sources for an introduction to finite groups and the classification of the simple groups. Gorenstein's insight provides a guiding light through the many pages that have been dedicated to the proof. 30 Nov Hardback. US$ US$ Save.

Hardback. Condition: New. 2nd Revised edition. Language: English. Brand new Book. During the last 40 years the theory of finite groups has developed dramatically. The finite simple groups have been classified and are becoming better understood. Tools exist to reduce many questions about arbitrary finite groups to similar questions about simple. Finite Group Theory develops the foundations of the theory of finite groups. It can serve as a text for a course on finite groups for students already exposed to a first course in algebra. It could supply the background necessary to begin reading journal articles in the field.

The text begins with a review of group actions and Sylow theory. It includes semidirect products, the Schur–Zassenhaus theorem, the theory of commutators, coprime actions on groups, transfer theory, Frobenius groups, primitive and multiply transitive permutation groups, the simplicity of the PSL groups, the generalized Fitting subgroup and also Thompson's J-subgroup and his normal \(p. Definition. Profinite groups can be defined in either of two equivalent ways. First definition. A profinite group is a topological group that is isomorphic to the inverse limit of an inverse system of discrete finite groups. In this context, an inverse system consists of a directed set (, ≤), a collection of finite groups = {: ∈}, each having the discrete topology, and a collection of.

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