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  1. Linear Groups with an Exposition of Galois Field Theory by Leonard Eugene Dickson, 2007-04-01
  2. Foundations of Lie Theory and Lie Transformation Groups by V.V. Gorbatsevich, A.L. Onishchik, et all 1997-02-14
  3. Combinatorial Group Theory (Classics in Mathematics) by Roger C. Lyndon, Paul E. Schupp, 2001-03-01
  4. Theories of Group Behavior (Springer Series in Social Psychology)
  5. Lie Groups for Pedestrians by Harry J. Lipkin, 2002-07-15
  6. The Theory of Groups (AMS Chelsea Publishing) by Jr. Marshall Hall, 1999-08-23
  7. Combinatorial Group Theory: Presentations of Groups in Terms of Generators and Relations (Dover Books on Mathematics) by Wilhelm Magnus, Abraham Karrass, et all 2004-11-12
  8. Combinatorial Group Theory and Topology. (Annals of Mathematics Studies, no. 111)
  9. Group Theoretical Methods in Image Processing (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) by Reiner Lenz, 1990-03-23
  10. Theoretical Physics: From Classical Mechanics to Group Theory of Microparticles by Masataka Mizushima, 1972-09
  11. Tits Buildings and the Model Theory of Groups (London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series)
  12. The Theory of Finite Groups: An Introduction (Universitext) by Hans Kurzweil, Bernd Stellmacher, 2010-11-02
  13. Conflict in Organizational Groups: New Directions in Theory and Practice (Kellogg)
  14. Representation Theory of Finite Groups and Associative Algebras by Charles W. Curtis and Irving Reiner, 2006-03-21

81. Impunv
Blog on the dimensions of space, quantum mechanics, relativity, group theory, other scientific ideas and science fraud.

82. Teacher Package: Group Theory |
The Plus teacher packages are designed to give teachers (and students) easy access to Plus content on a particular subject area. Most Plus articles go far beyond the explicit
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The Plus teacher packages are designed to give teachers (and students) easy access to Plus content on a particular subject area. Most Plus articles go far beyond the explicit maths taught at school, while still being accessible to someone doing A level maths. They put classroom maths in context by explaining the bigger picture — they explore applications in the real world, find maths in unusual places, and delve into mathematical history and philosophy. We therefore hope that our teacher packages provide an ideal resource for students working on projects and teachers wanting to offer their students a deeper insight into the world of maths.
Group theory
This teacher package brings together all Plus articles on group theory. In addition to the Plus articles, the try it yourself section provides links to related problems on our sister site NRICH We've grouped the articles into three categories:
  • Getting to know groups — The articles in this category serve as thorough introductions to group theory and contain explicit definitions and examples of groups;

83. Derek Holt
University of Warwick. Group theory.
Derek Holt
Professor, Mathematics Institute University of Warwick
The Handbook of Computational Group Theory Click here to read more about it and to order yourself a copy. Or click here to see a list of errors and misprints that have come to light.
Research Interests
Group Theory
Computational Group Theory
Finitely Presented Groups, Geometric Group Theory
Automatic Groups
Finite Permutation Groups
Finite Matrix Groups, Representation Theory
Cohomology of Finite Groups
Pdf and dvi files for some of my recent papers and joint papers can be downloaded from here.
The following standalone software can be downloaded:
  • - Version 2 of a recent package for Knuth-Bendix in monoids, and automatic groups.
    This is now also avaialable as a package.
  • (written with S Rees) - a package for isomorphism testing between finitely presented groups, and for plotting parts of the finite quotient lattice (using X-windows) of a finitely presented group.
  • Other Software
  • Cohomology My cohomology package, for calculating Schur multipliers and covering groups of finite groups, and first and second cohomology groups of finite groups on finite modules, is available as a standalone on request.
    However, it is now accessible from both of the systems
  • 84. Group Theory Authors/titles Recent Submissions
    Subjects Group Theory (math.GR); Statistical Mechanics (condmat.stat-mech); Networking and Internet Architecture (cs.NI); Mathematical Physics (math-ph); Metric Geometry math math.GR
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    Fri, 29 Oct 2010
    arXiv:1010.6043 pdf ps other
    Title: The fundamental group of random 2-complexes Authors: Eric Babson Christopher Hoffman Matthew Kahle Comments: 26 pages, 3 figures Journal-ref: J. Amer. Math. Soc. 24 (2011), 1-28 Subjects: Group Theory (math.GR) ; Geometric Topology (math.GT); Probability (math.PR)
    arXiv:1010.6022 pdf ps other
    Title: Authors: Comments: 14 pages Subjects: Group Theory (math.GR)
    arXiv:1010.5965 pdf ps other
    Title: Authors: Madad Khan Faisal Venus Amjid Subjects: Group Theory (math.GR)
    arXiv:1010.5836 pdf ps other
    Title: The Structure of Divisible Abelian Groups Authors: Daniel Miller Subjects: Group Theory (math.GR)
    arXiv:1010.5987 (cross-list from math.GN) [ pdf ps other
    Title: Notes on nonarchimedean topological groups Authors: Michael Megrelishvili Menachem Shlossberg Comments: 17 pages Subjects: General Topology (math.GN)

    85. Mladen Bestvina
    Geometric group theory. Includes a problem list.
    Mladen Bestvina

    Department of Mathematics University of Utah 155 South 1400 East, JWB 233 Salt Lake City, Utah 84112-0090 Tel: 801 581 6851, Fax: 801 581 4148

    86. Group -- From Wolfram MathWorld
    Group actions, and in particular representations, are very important in applications, not only to group theory, but also to physics and chemistry.

    87. Coxeter/Weyl Tutorial
    A Tutorial Introduction to the Coxeter and Weyl Packages, a pair of Maple packages for working with root systems, finite Coxeter groups and Weyl characters
    A Tutorial Introduction to the
    Coxeter and Weyl Packages
    This document provides a step-by-step introduction to the use of Version 2.1 of coxeter and weyl , a pair of Maple packages for working with root systems, finite Coxeter groups and Weyl characters. The latest versions of these packages, along with documentation and answers to FAQs, can be downloaded from their official home page Mathematical Prerequisites The reader should have a basic knowledge of the subject matter, including root systems (both crystallographic and non-crystallographic), reflection groups, and so on. Standard references include
    • N. Bourbaki,
    • J. Humphreys, Introduction to Lie Algebras and Representation Theory
    • J. Humphreys, Reflection Groups and Coxeter Groups
    Computing Prerequisites The reader should also have a basic familiarity with the use of Maple. For example, the reader should be acquainted with the essential syntax, how to enter commands, and how to manipulate polynomials, lists, and sets. Some of this can be learned while working through the tutorial. We will not expect the reader to be able to write procedures in Maple (nor will we explain how it is done), but the reader should realize that procedure-writing is essential for harnessing the full power of this or any other Maple package.

    88. STEVEN STROGATZ - Opinionator Blog -
    As these examples suggest, group theory bridges the arts and sciences. Yet because it encompasses such a wide range of phenomena, group theory is

    89. Mod-2 Cohomology Of 2-Groups
    Computer calculation of the mod-2 cohomology of groups of order 8, 16, 32 and 64.
    On this web page we present the data from the first run of the computer calculation of the mod-2 cohomology of groups of order 8, 16, 32 and 64. to see the results of the second run click here. . All of the calculations were run using the MAGMA computer algebra system. The groups are indexed by their Hall-Senior Numbers.
    State of the Calculation
    The first run was terminated in July of 1997. The cohomology rings of all but 5 of the 267 groups of order 64 were calculated and are posted.
    The Calculations
    Groups of Order 8
    Groups of Order 16

    Groups of Order 32

    Groups of Order 64
    Notes and Definitions
    The following document presents a brief explaination of some of the terms and concepts that appear in the output of the calculations of the mod-p cohomology rings. The reader who is interested in more detail is invited to consult the papers [CGS] and [Test]. Other references to specific items are given below. The links in the references are to Dave Benson's electronic archives from which most of the papers can be ftp'd.
    Please send me your comments
    This web page is very experimental and is not likely to be refereed or reviewed by anyone except the users. Please feel free to

    90. Group Theories Of Politics
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    91. Group Theory Summary |
    Group Theory. Group Theory summary with 3 pages of encyclopedia entries, research information, and more.

    92. Redirect Page
    Article by Steven H. Cullinane. Defines Cartesian coordinate systems for small finite geometries over the two-element field, and discusses geometrically simple generators for affine group actions.
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    93. Group Theory
    Problems in Group Theory by John D. Dixon Features 431 problems in group theory involving subgroups, permutation groups, automorphisms and finitely generated Abelian groups
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    94. Parallel GAP/MPI (ParGAP/MPI)
    Parallel GAP/MPI (ParGAP/MPI), a share package for GAP. UNIX (or Cygwin/Windows). Download source and documentation by FTP.
    Parallel GAP/MPI (ParGAP/MPI), a share package for GAP
    This package works only under UNIX. (Cygwin is an option on Windows, but you will have to port it, then.) The most recent version of this package can always be found in the ParGAP ftp directory . You can also find ParGAP/MPI at its web page for GAP share package, ParGAP. A good introduction to ParGAP is available as a preprint in either gzipped postscript format or in dvi format . There is also a ParGAP manual (.ps) or .pdf . It has been tested on Linux (ELF, Pentium), Solaris 2.6 (sparc) and OSF 1 (alpha), and IRIX 6.5 (SGI). To unpack: # Replace gap4r3 by the directory where you store GAP.
    cd .../gap4r3/pkg/
    gunzip pargap.tar.gz
    tar xvf pargap.tar It can be installed as described for a generic GAP share package: cd .../pkg/pargap
    ./configure ../..
    make Verify that .../pkg/pargap/bin/ and .../pkg/pargap/bin/procgroup have correct paths. If you had trouble installing it, please see the next section of this file. Otherwise, try it out: cd .../pkg/pargap/bin

    95. DE GRUYTER - Mathematics - Journals - Journal Of Group Theory
    (de Gruyter) Table of contents of all volumes, full text to registered subscribers.
    DEUTSCH Shopping Cart Home Mathematics ... Journal of Group Theory Journal of Group Theory Six issues per year, approx. 864 pages. 24 x 17 cm ISSN (Print) 1433-5883
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    Mathematical Citation Quotient 2009: 0.41 Languages: English
    Type of Publication: Journal Online Content Sample Issue TOC-Alerting Recommend this Title ... Rate Card The Journal of Group Theory is devoted to the publication of original research articles in all aspects of group theory. Articles concerning applications of group theory and articles from research areas which have a significant impact on group theory will also be considered.
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    96. UCSB Mathematics Home Page
    Mathematics Centers. Center for Mathematical Inquiry Computational Science and Engineering Center for Complex

    97. Group Theory (mathematics) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
    group theory (mathematics), In modern algebra, a system consisting of a set of elements and an operation for combining the elements, which together satisfy certain axioms.
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    Table of Contents: group theory Article Article Related Articles Related Articles Citations ARTICLE from the group theory In modern algebra , a system consisting of a set of elements and an operation for combining the elements, which together satisfy certain axioms . These require that the group be closed under the operation (the combination of any two elements produces another element of the group), that it obey the associative law , that it contain an identity element (which, combined with any other element, leaves the latter unchanged), and that each element have an inverse (which combines with an element to produce the identity element). If the group also satisfies the

    98. Broue's Abelian Defect Group Conjecture
    A record of which groups and blocks have been proved to satisfy the conjecture, maintained by Jeremy Rickard.
    The main purpose of these pages is to keep an up-to-date record of which groups and blocks have been proved to satisfy the conjecture. This is very much a first draft, and I would very much appreciate any corrections and additions. You can email me at In particular, I would be grateful for
    • New results.
    • Notification of any errors, broken links, etc. on these pages.
    • Missing references, especially to preprints.
    • URLs where preprints can be found.
    • Suggestions of how these pages can be made more useful, or improved in any other way.
    In compiling the bibliographies, I made extensive use of MathSciNet to collect references in BibTeX format, and of to create the web pages.
    Jeremy Rickard.

    99. GGT Workshop
    The Workshop in geometric group theory will be held at Goa University from Geometric group theory thrives on the confluence of ideas from group theory

    100. Group Theory
    Group Theory Every process in physics is governed by selection rules that are the consequence of symmetry requirements. The beauty and strength of group theory resides in the
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