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Some applications of the representation theory of finite groups

Eeltje de Vries

Some applications of the representation theory of finite groups

Racah algebraic methods

by Eeltje de Vries

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Published by V.R.B. Offsetdrukkerij in Groningen, Netherlands .
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During the twentieth century, mathematicians investigated some aspects of the theory of finite groups in great depth, especially the local theory of finite groups and the theory of solvable and nilpotent groups. [citation needed] As a consequence, the complete classification of finite simple groups was achieved, meaning that all those simple groups from which all finite groups can be built are. A self-contained introduction is given to J. Rickard's Morita theory for derived module categories and its recent applications in representation theory of finite groups. In particular, Broué's conjecture is discussed, giving a structural explanation for relations between the p-modular character table of a finite group and that of its "p-local. The theory of cyclic (error-correcting) codes is really all about the combinatoric properties of the summands of the left regular representation of a cyclic group over the field $\mathbb{F}_2$ (or some other finite field).   Pham Tiep Harvard University and University of Arizona November 6, In the first part of the talk we will survey some recent results on representations of finite (simple) groups. In .

A self-contained introduction is given to J. Rickard's Morita theory for derived module categories and its recent applications in representation theory of finite groups. In particular, Broué's conjecture is discussed, giving a structural explanation for relations between the p-modular character.


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New York, Academic Press []. Representation Theory Book We need the first 5 sections (pages ). Representations of finite groups; ta, Notes on representations of algebras and finite groups; n, Notes on the representation theory of finite group; f et al. Introduction to representation theory also discusses category theory.

This book gives an exposition of the fundamentals of the theory of linear representations of finite and compact groups, as well as elements of the the ory of linear representations of Lie groups.

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This can be understood as an example of the group action of G on the elements of G. A permutation of a set G is any bijective function taking G onto set of all permutations of G forms a group under function composition, called the. This is not a book for undergraduates (if you want one of those, check out Steinberg’s Representation Theory of Finite Groups for an approach that concentrates on the representation, or James and Liebeck’s Representations and Characters of Finite Groups for a somewhat more module-oriented look at things).

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