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Groups St Andrews 1989

Groups St Andrews 1989

Volume 1

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B. Amberg, I. L. Anshel, Z. Arad, S. Bachmuth, E. A. Bertram, H. Blau, C. J. B. Brookes, E. Bujalance, F. B. Cannonito, A. F. Costa, V. K. Dobrev, M. Edjvet, B. Fine, A. M. Gaglione, J. A. Green, G. Gromadzki, L. C. Grove, N. D. Gupta, M. Herzog, J. M. McShane, G. Rosenberger, H. V. Waldinger
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  • Date Published: March 1991
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521398497

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  • These volumes contain selected papers presented at the international conference on group theory held in St Andrews in 1989. The themes of the conference were combinatorial and computational group theory; four leading group theorists (J. A. Green, N. D. Gupta, O. H. Kegel and J. G. Thompson) gave courses whose content is reproduced here. Also included are refereed papers presented at the meeting. The many articles with their wealth of references demonstrate the richness and vitality of modern group theory and its varied connections with other areas of mathematics. These will be essential references for research and postgraduate mathematicians whose work involves group theory.

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    • Date Published: March 1991
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521398497
    • length: 264 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 15 mm
    • weight: 0.39kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction
    1. Triply factorized groups B. Amberg
    2. An introduction to a class of two relator groups I. L. Anshel
    3. An infinite family of nonabelian simple table algebras not induced by finite nonabelian simple groups Z. Arad and H. Blau
    4. Horace Y. Mochizuki: In Memoriam S. Bachmuth
    5: Bounds on character degrees and class numbers of finite nonabelian simple groups E. A. Bertram and M. Herzog
    6. Finite presentability and Heisenberg representations C. J. B. Brookes
    7. On nilpotent groups acting on Klein surfaces E. Bujalance and G. Gromadzki
    8. Some algorithms for polycyclic groups F. B. Cannonito
    9. On the regularity conditions for coloured graphs A. F. Costa
    10. Multiplet classification of highest weight modules over quantum universal enveloping algebras: the Uq(SL(3,C)) example V. K. Dobrev
    11. Solutions of certain sets of equations over groups M. Edjvet
    12. Generalizing algebraic properties of Fuchsian groups B. Fine and G. Rosenberger
    13. A theorem on free products of special abelian groups A. M. Gaglione and H. V. Waldinger
    14. Schur algebras and general linear groups J. A. Green
    15. On Coxeter's groups Gp,q,r L. C. Grove and J. M. McShane
    16. Integral dimension subgroups N. D. Gupta.

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    C. M. Campbell, University of St Andrews, Scotland

    E. F. Robertson, University of St Andrews, Scotland

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    B. Amberg, I. L. Anshel, Z. Arad, S. Bachmuth, E. A. Bertram, H. Blau, C. J. B. Brookes, E. Bujalance, F. B. Cannonito, A. F. Costa, V. K. Dobrev, M. Edjvet, B. Fine, A. M. Gaglione, J. A. Green, G. Gromadzki, L. C. Grove, N. D. Gupta, M. Herzog, J. M. McShane, G. Rosenberger, H. V. Waldinger

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