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  1. Theory of Groups & Quantum Mechanics by Hermann Weyl, 1931
  2. Computational And Experimental Group Theory: Ams-asl Joint Special Session, Interactions Between Logic, Group Theory, And Computer Science, January 15-16, ... Maryland (Contemporary Mathematics)
  3. Representation Theory of the Symmetric Groups: The Okounkov-Vershik Approach, Character Formulas, and Partition Algebras (Cambridge Studies in Advanced Mathematics) by Tullio Ceccherini-Silberstein, Fabio Scarabotti, et all 2010-03-15
  4. Lie Groups: An Approach through Invariants and Representations (Universitext) (Volume 0) by Claudio Procesi, 2006-10-12
  5. Ergodic Theory and Semisimple Groups (Monographs in Mathematics) by R.J. Zimmer, 1984-01-01
  6. Iwahori-Hecke Algebras and Schur Algebras of the Symmetric Group (University Lecture Series) by Andrew Mathas, 1999-09-07
  7. A Course in Group Theory (Oxford Science Publications) by John F. Humphreys, 1996-07-11
  8. Groups and Symmetry: A Guide to Discovering Mathematics (Mathematical World, Vol. 5) by David W. Farmer, 1995-11-15
  9. Group Theory for Physicists by Zhong-Qi Ma, 2007-11-28
  10. Women and Group Psychotherapy: Theory and Practice by Betsy A. DeChant, 1996-08-02
  11. Methods of Representation Theory: With Applications to Finite Groups and Orders, Vol. 1 (Wiley Classics Library) by Charles W. Curtis, Irving Reiner, 1990-01
  12. Cognitive-Behavioral Group Therapy for Specific Problems and Populations
  13. Problems & Solutions in Group Theory for Physicists by Zhong-Qi Ma, Xiao-Yan Gu, 2004-08
  14. Young Tableaux: With Applications to Representation Theory and Geometry (London Mathematical Society Student Texts) by William Fulton, 1996-12-28

101. Jonathan Goss
The main point group symmetries of interest to defect physics by operation (reflection, rotations etc) and classification (trigonal, and cubic). Most point groups also have the associated character table on-line.
http://newton.ex.ac.uk/research/qsystems/people/goss/symmetry/index.html
Theoretical Physics
Jonathan Goss
The symmetry pages have moved.
Last modified: Wed Jan 10 10:04:59 GMT 2001

102. Group Theory, Geometry And Representation Theory: Abel Prize 2008
An event organised jointly by the Isaac Newton Institute and DPMMS Cambridge. Group Theory, Geometry and Representation Theory Abel Prize 2008
http://www.newton.ac.uk/programmes/ALT/altw06.html
An event organised jointly by the Isaac Newton Institute and DPMMS Cambridge
Group Theory, Geometry and Representation Theory: Abel Prize 2008
Wednesday 27 May to Friday 29 May 2009
Seminar Room 1, Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, UK
Organisers Meinolf Geck ( University of Aberdeen ), Jan Saxl ( University of Cambridge in association with the Newton Institute programme Algebraic Lie Theory Programme Group Photo The Abel Prize for 2008 was awarded jointly to Professors John Thompson and Jacques Tits, 'for their profound achievements in algebra and in particular for shaping modern group theory'. This short meeting, organised jointly by the Isaac Newton Institute (within the Algebraic Lie Theory semester) and the Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics at Cambridge, will mark the occasion. There will be lectures by some of the leading mathematicians in the broad area so deeply influenced by the winners. The speakers will include
  • M Aschbacher ( California Institute of Technology
  • M Brou (
  • I Capdeboscq ( Warwick
  • P-E Caprace ( Louvain
  • RM Guralnick ( University of Southern California
  • MW Liebeck ( Imperial College
  • G Malle (
  • GR Robinson ( University of Aberdeen
  • R Rouquier ( University of Oxford
  • D Segal ( University of Oxford
  • J-P Serre (
  • PH Tiep ( University of Arizona
Lectures will start at 11:00 on Wednesday 27 May, and finish at lunchtime on Friday 29 May.

103. Groups Of Small Order.
A list of isomorphism classes and further information on groups of order up to 30, by John Pedersen, University of South Florida.
http://www.math.usf.edu/~eclark/algctlg/small_groups.html
The original Catalogue of Algebraic Systems was written by John Pedersen. John moved and I inherited it. The catalogue was quite incomplete. It had a few mistakes in it and keeping it up was too much trouble. Meanwhile much more material on algebraic systems has appeared on the web. For example, try Wikipeida MathWorld , or PlanetMath

104. Group Theory & Rubik's Cube
This page is not being actively maintained. For more current information, see the Fall 2008 version of this course; the computer science at Marlboro College homepage and course
http://akbar.marlboro.edu/~mahoney/courses/Spr00/rubik.html

Physics

Astronomy

Spr '00

Courses
This page is not being actively maintained.
For more current information, see
Jim Mahoney mahoney@marlboro.edu
Contents
General Info
Time
M,Th 1:30
Place
SciBldg 217
Credits
2 or 3
Group theory is the study of the algebra of transformations and symmetry. While that sounds a bit esoteric (and it certainly can be), what it means is that it looks at the ways you can turn, rotate, or stretch one pattern or do-hickey back onto itself - which is something that puzzles like the Rubik's Cube and pictures like the ones Escher drew have in common. This course is an introduction to group theory using various puzzles as examples to make the subject more accessible and concrete. The level will depend on who shows up: at one extreme, some of us can taste the edges of a very beautiful piece of mathematics while learning to solve the Rubik's cube, while at the other extreme, some of us may delve into some deep mathematical proofs. We'll see where we want to head, and how far, depending on your backgrounds and interests. After our initial discussions, it now seems that folks doing the 2 credit version need only come on Thursdays, when we will focus on the puzzles and general ideas, while those who want to see more of the proofs and deeper mathematics should come Mondays as well, for the 3 credit version.

105. Generators Of Small Groups
Generators for small even ordered groups from 1 to 1000. Files use gzipped extensions and require downloading.
http://www.csse.uwa.edu.au/~gordon/remote/cubcay/
Small Even Order Groups
This page contains the generators for most of the small groups of even order up to 1000. Each file contains the generators for the groups of that particular order. The format is as follows: which means that the first group has order 12, has 3 generators and is the first group in the list. It is then followed by its 3 generators. The second group has order 12, 3 generators and is the 2nd group in the list. And so on.
All files are gzipped files, but when I download them they lose their ".gz" extension, which I have to put back on before I can use "gunzip" on them! Small groups of order up to 1000
Gordon Royle, June 2000, gordon@cs.uwa.edu.au

106. Group Theory | Arizona Mathematics
Here is a quote from the famous physicist Sir Arthur Stanley Eddington We need a supermathematics in which the operations are as unknown as the quantities they operate on, and a
http://math.arizona.edu/research/grouptheory.html
Site Index Locate Math Building on Campus Map ... Computer Support You are here: Home Research Faculty Areas of Interest Algebra / Geometry: Group Theory
Group Theory
Here is a quote from the famous physicist Sir Arthur Stanley Eddington We need a super-mathematics in which the operations are as unknown as the quantities they operate on, and a super-mathematician who does not know what he is doing when he performs these operations. Such a super-mathematics is the Theory of Groups. At the most basic level, group theory systematizes the broad notion of symmetry, whether of geometric objects, crystals, roots of equations, or a great variety of other examples. For example, the picture at the right is a buckyball, technically a truncated icosahedron. It is the familiar shape of a soccer ball, made up of regular pentagons and hexagons; it is also the shape of the carbon molecule C60, whose discoverers received the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1996. The group of rotational symmetries of the buckeyball is the alternating group Alt(5), with 60 elements. It is an interesting exercise to determine the axes of rotation of the symmetries and then to enumerate them. One way to do this in practice is to use the computer algebra system GAP ( www.gap-system.org

107. Ullrich Group - Theory - MPI Für Kernphysik
You are here Ullrich group Theory. Theory of (laserassisted) ion-atom collisions. We are interested in several topics studied by atomic physics which
http://www.mpi-hd.mpg.de/ullrich/page.php?id=40

108. Group Theory - Projects
Current projects. BARTLEBY. A Rereading. An intimate chamber ritual that probes the psychosonic landscapes of Melville's classic novella Bartleby, the Scrivener, transforming the
http://www.group-theory.org/projects
Current projects.
BARTLEBY. A Rereading An intimate chamber ritual that probes the psychosonic landscapes of Melville's classic novella Bartleby, the Scrivener , transforming the private act of reading into a communal encounter. A strange literary-theatrical hybrid, this Bartleby is a performed palimpsest of rereadings, a hyper-lucid window onto a famously difficult text in all its haunting ambiguity and violent comedy. 3 new performances: Triple Canopy at 177 Livingston , downtown Brooklyn Friday-Sunday, April 23-25
Doors 7:30 p.m., performance at 8 p.m. each night, followed by discussion at 10 p.m. Drinks and conversation to follow with special guests including: Lynne Tillman, Paul Chan, Abha Dawesar, Edwin Frank, John Bryant, Joseph McElroy, Vivian Gornick, Alice Boone, McKenzie Wark, Molly Springfield, Greg Wayne (see schedule further down) RSVP is required. Please email bartleby@canopycanopycanopy.com to reserve seats and receive ticket-purchase information. BARTLEBY. Conceived and directed by Ben Vershbow
Co-produced and designed with Dorit Avganim
Created with the ensemble: Jeremy Beck, Daniel Larlham and Craig Pattison

109. Galois Group Polynomials
A table of polynomials for Galois groups over the rational numbers with degree up to 9. The table includes links to additional information for each equation.
http://world.std.com/~jmccarro/math/GaloisGroups/GaloisGroupPolynomials.html
Test Polynomials for Galois Groups
The following table lists, for each Galois group (that is, each transitive permutation group, up to conjugacy in the symmetric group of the same degree) up to degree 9, an irreducible polynomial having the given group as its Galois group over the rationals. Group Order Polynomial 2T1 = S(2) X^2-X+1 3T1 = A(3) X^3-X^2-2*X+1 3T2 = S(3) X^3-X^2+1 4T1 = C(4) X^4-X^3+X^2-X+1 4T2 = E(4) X^4-X^2+1 4T3 = D(4) X^4-2*X^3+X-1 4T4 = A(4) X^4-2*X^3+2*X^2+2 4T5 = S(4) X^4-X^3+1 5T1 = C(5) X^5-X^4-4*X^3+3*X^2+3*X-1 5T2 = D(5) X^5-2*X^4+2*X^3-X^2+1 5T3 = F(5) X^5-9*X^3-4*X^2+17*X+12 5T4 = A(5) X^5-X^4+2*X^2-2*X+2 5T5 = S(5) X^5-X^3-2*X^2+1 6T1 = C(6) X^6-X^5+X^4-X^3+X^2-X+1 X^6-3*X^5-2*X^4+9*X^3-5*X+1 6T3 = S(3)[x]2 X^6+X^4-2*X^3+X^2-X+1 X^6+X^4-2*X^2-1 X^6-3*X^5+4*X^4-2*X^3+X^2-X+1 X^6-2*X^5+2*X^3-X-1 6T7 = [2^2]S(3) X^6+X^4-1 6T8 = 1/2[2^3]S(3) X^6+4*X^5-9*X^4-51*X^3-46*X^2+8 X^6-3*X^5+4*X^4-X^3+X^2-2*X+7 6T10 = 1/2[S(3)^2]2 X^6-X^5+X^4-X^3-4*X^2+5 6T11 = [2^3]S(3) X^6-X^5-X^3-X+1 6T12 = PSL(2,5) X^6-10*X^4-7*X^3+15*X^2+14*X+3 X^6-2*X^5+2*X^4-X+1 6T14 = PGL(2,5)

110. Group Theory: Information From Answers.com
group theory the branch of mathematics dealing with groups
http://www.answers.com/topic/group-theory-1

111. ATLAS Of Finite Group Representations
Representations of many finite simple groups and related groups such as covering groups and automorphism groups of simple groups. Available by FTP in alternative formats Meataxe ASCII, Meataxe binary, and GAP.
http://web.mat.bham.ac.uk/atlas/
A TLAS of Finite Group Representations
This A TLAS of Group Representations has been prepared by Robert Wilson, Peter Walsh, Jonathan Tripp, Ibrahim Suleiman, Stephen Rogers, Richard Parker, Simon Norton, Simon Nickerson, Steve Linton, John Bray and Rachel Abbott (in reverse alphabetical order, because I'm fed up with always being last!). Version 1 has not been maintained since December 2000, but still contains some information which has not been copied to Version 2. Version 2 in Birmingham is no longer being maintained. Version 2 in Queen Mary, University of London is more up-to-date. Version 3 is the recommended version to use. It is new and somewhat experimental, so user feedback is encouraged. Last updated 11th January 2006. R.A.Wilson
R.A.Parker
J.N.Bray

112. Group Theoryvia Rubik'sCube
Abstract A group is a mathematical object of great importance, but the usual study of group theory is highly abstract and therefore difficult for many students to understand.
http://www.geometer.org/rubik/group.pdf

113. Jon McCammond's Homepage
UC Santa Barbara. Geometric Group Theory and Low-Dimensional Topology, as well as the neighboring fields of Combinatorics, Graph theory, Computational Geometry and certain types of Riemannian Geometry. Courses, seminars, publications, preprints; resources on Geometric Group Theory.
http://www.math.ucsb.edu/~mccammon/
To: Links
Jon McCammond
Professor
Mathematics Department
UC Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara, CA 93106
(no phone)

Email:
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114. The Transforming Nature Of Metaphors In Group Development - Group
File Format PDF/Adobe Acrobat Quick View
http://www.taosinstitute.net/Websites/taos/Images/ResourcesManuscripts/Srivastva

115. Mathematik.com
Individual pages on different topics in Mathematics. Examples group theory, dynamical systems theory, geometry or number theory.
http://www.mathematik.com/
Mathematik.com
Search:
Gradus Suavitatis
Fermat zu Diophant Kolmogorov: Probability Indian Mathematics ... Oliver Knill

116. Group Theory In The Bedroom
title bar. Home About the book About the author News and reviews Afterthoughts Buy! front of book jacket.
http://grouptheoryinthebedroom.com/
Home About the book About the author News and reviews Home About the book About the author News and reviews ... Buy!

117. Group Theory - Article And Reference From OnPedia.com
Group theory is that branch of mathematics concerned with the study of groups. Please refer to the G
http://www.onpedia.com/encyclopedia/group-theory
Other Definitions
group theory (dict)
Group Theory
Group theory is that branch of mathematics concerned with the study of groups . Please refer to the Glossary of group theory for the definitions of terms used throughout group theory. See also list of group theory topics
History
There are three historical roots of group theory: the theory of algebraic equations number theory and geometry Euler Gauss Lagrange ... Abel and Galois were early researchers in the field of group theory. Galois is honored as the first mathematician linking group theory and field theory , with the theory that is now called Galois theory . An early source occurs in the problem of forming an m th-degree equation having as its roots m of the roots of a given n th-degree equation ( m < n ). For simple cases the problem goes back to Hudde Saunderson (1740) noted that the determination of the quadratic factors of a biquadratic expression necessarily leads to a sextic equation, and (1748) and Waring (1762 to 1782) still further elaborated the idea. A common foundation for the theory of equations on the basis of the group of permutations was found by Lagrange (1770, 1771), and on this was built the theory of substitutions. He discovered that the roots of all resolvents (

118. Course 311 - Abstract Algebra
Lecture notes by David Wilkins, Trinity College, Dublin. Topics in Number Theory; Group Theory; Galois Theory.
http://www.maths.tcd.ie/~dwilkins/Courses/311/
Course 311 - Abstract Algebra
Lecture Notes for the Academic Year 2007-08
Draft Lecture notes for course 311 ( Abstract algebra ), taught at Trinity College, Dublin, in the academic year 2007-08, are available here. The course consists of four sections:-
Part 1: Topics in Group Theory
PDF
Part 2: Rings and Polynomials
PDF
Part 3: Introduction to Galois Theory
PDF
Part 4: Commutative Algebra and Algebraic Geometry
PDF
Problems for the Academic Year 2007-08
The following problem sets were issued in the academic year 2007-8:-
Group Theory Problems
PDF
Galois Theory Problems
PDF
Commutative Algebra and Algebraic Geometry Problems
PDF
Old Lecture Notes for the Academic Year 2005-06
Lecture notes for course 311 ( Abstract algebra ), as it was taught at Trinity College, Dublin, in the academic year 2005-06, are available here. The course consists of four parts:-
Part I: Topics in Number Theory
PDF
Part II: Topics in Group Theory
PDF
Part III: Topics in Commutative Algebra
PDF
Part IV: Introduction to Galois Theory
PDF
The following material was non-examinable, but supplemented the examinable portions of the course:-
Part V: Hilbert's Nullstellensatz
PDF
Part VI: Introduction to Affine Schemes
PDF
The following problem sets were issued in the academic year 2005-06:-
Number Theory Problems
PDF
Group Theory Problems
PDF
Commutative Algebra Problems
PDF
Galois Theory Problems
PDF
dwilkins@maths.tcd.ie

119. Babai 60 Conference
Mar 20, 2010 Cayley graphs and vertextransitive graphs have for a long time provided a link between combinatorics and group theory; they have also been
http://www.babai60.org/
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120. Binghamton University, Mathematical Sciences, Research Interests
They are a source of examples or potential examples in geometric group theory, cohomology of groups, string rewriting systems and abstract measure theory.
http://www.math.binghamton.edu/dept/server/research.html
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Faculty Research Interests
Laura Anderson
My research focuses on interactions between combinatorics and topology, particularly those involving oriented matroids, convex polytopes, and other concepts from discrete geometry. Much of my work involves combinatorial models for topological structures such as differential manifolds and vector bundles. The aims of such models include both combinatorial answers to topological questions (e.g., combinatorial formulas for characteristic classes), and topological methods for combinatorics (e.g. on topology of posets).

Benjamin Brewster
Algebra, group theory. Topics of particular interest:
  • Sylow subgroups,how the group acts on them via conjugation,and how they intersect.
  • Solvable groups-their conjugacy classes of subgroups.
  • Subgroup lattices-intervals in the lattice and the influence of permutable subgroups on this lattice.
  • Characterizing subgroups with embedding properties in direct products.

  • Matthew G. Brin
    I am currently interested in the mathematical interactions of a collection of groups that arose first in logic and universal algebra. The groups are generalizations of three groups first discovered by Richard Thompson. The groups show up in a strong way in logic, homotopy and shape theory, dynamical systems, categorical algebra and its relation to physics, and the combinatorial group theory of the word problem and of infinite simple groups. They are a source of examples or potential examples in geometric group theory, cohomology of groups, string rewriting systems and abstract measure theory.

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