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Computational group theory and the theory of groups, II
Harlaxton Conference on Computational Group Theory and Cohomology (2008 Harlaxton College)
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Luise-Charlotte Kappe, Arturo Magidin, Robert Fitzgerald Morse, editors.|
|Series||Contemporary mathematics -- v. 511|
|Contributions||Kappe, Luise-Charlotte., Magidin, Arturo., Morse, Robert Fitzgerald., AMS Special Session on Computational Group Theory (2008 : Western Michigan University)|
|LC Classifications||QA174 .H37 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009047805|
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This volume showcases examples of how Computational Group Theory can be applied to a wide range of theoretical aspects of group theory. Among the problems studied in this book are II book of p-groups, covers of Lie groups, resolutions of Bieberbach groups, and the study of the lower central series of free groups.
This volume showcases examples of how Computational Group Theory can be applied to a wide range of theoretical aspects of group theory. Among the problems studied in this book are classification of \(p\)-groups, covers of Lie groups, resolutions of Bieberbach groups, and the study of the lower central series of free groups.
Get this from a library. Computational group theory and the theory of groups, II: Computational Group Theory and Cohomology, August, Harlaxton College, Grantham, United Kingdom: AMS Special Session, Computational Group Theory, October, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI.
[Luise-Charlotte Kappe; Arturo Magidin; Robert Fitzgerald Morse;]. The origins of computation group theory (CGT) date back to the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Since then, the field has flourished, particularly during the past 30 to 40 years, and today it remains a lively and active branch of Handbook of Computational Group Theory offers the f. The book Representations of Groups, A Computational Approach by Klaus Lux and II book Pahlings provides a joint development of both ordinary and modular representation theory together with the wealth of algorithms and their implementations that are playing such an important role in the recent development of the field.
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[Luise-Charlotte Kappe; Arturo Magidin; Robert Fitzgerald Morse;]. The important topic of computational group representation theory and computations with group characters is perhaps not treated as thoroughly as it might be in this book.
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Here's a very nice Introduction to Computational Group 's a brief but fascinating survey by Ákos Seress, published in the AMS Notices ( 06). I think the group theory part (= first 6 chapters) of Abstract Algebra by Dummit and Foote is quite good.
Personally, I dislike Armstrong's book Groups and Symmetry; his style is too informal to my taste, and definitions are hidden in the text. A concise, clear one is Humprhey's A Course in Group Theory, it gets you quickly to the core of the.
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( views) Group Theory by Ferdi Aryasetiawan - University of Lund, The text deals with basic Group Theory and its applications. Prof. Hergert has experience in teaching group theory and in applying Mathematica to physical problems. He has published in renowned journals, like Nature and Physical Review Letters, and edited a books on Computational Materials Science and Mie Theory.
He is also coauthor of a book on Quantum Theory. While group theory and its application to solid state physics is well established, this textbook raises two completely new aspects. First, it provides a better understanding by focusing on problem solving and making extensive use of Mathematica tools to visualize the concepts.
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Re: Concrete Groups and Axiomatic Theories II Todd, here is what I am thinking of (but please note that even though you are an expert in category theory I am just a beginner in the subject): Over ten years ago in the journal Science , the Fields medalist and topologist Michael Freedman made this suggestion for solving the famous P/NP problem.
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There is a book titled "Group theory and Physics" by Sternberg that covers the basics, including crystal groups, Lie groups, representations.
I think it's a good introduction to the topic. To quote a review on Amazon (albeit the only one): "This book is an excellent introduction to the use of group theory in physics, especially in crystallography, special relativity and particle physics.
This course focuses on some computational aspects in group theory Basics on groups Permutation groups Coset enumeration Mathieu groups There are other areas where computations with groups come up, such as in-variant theory Some useful literature: G. Butler: Fundamental algorithms for permutation groups Lecture Notes in Computer Science ().
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