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Groups St Andrews 2001 in Oxford

Groups St Andrews 2001 in Oxford

Volume 2

Part of London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series

G. Kaplan, A. Lev, Y. Roditty, T. M. Keller, D. H. Kochloukova, L. A. Kurdachenko, P. Soules, I. Y. Subbotin, S. Lipschutz, Ming-Yao Xu, M. S. Lucido, O. Macedonska, J Medina, A. Moretó, M. Niemenmaa, P. P. Pálfy, G. Rosenberger, M. Scheer, R. M. Thomas, J. Sangroni, L. Sanus, M. A. Shahabi, H. Mohtadifar, P. Shumyatsky, A. Turull, M. R. Vaughan-Lee, P. Vojtechovsky
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  • Date Published: November 2003
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521537407

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  • This second volume of the two-volume book contains selected papers from the international conference 'Groups St Andrews 2001 in Oxford' which was held at the University of Oxford in August 2001. Five main lecture courses were given at the conference, and articles based on their lectures form a substantial part of the Proceedings. This volume contains the contributions from Peter Palfy (Eotvos Lorand, Budapest) and Michael Vaughan-Lee (Oxford). The series of Proceedings of Groups St Andrews conferences have provided snapshots of the state of research in Group Theory throughout the past twenty years. As with earlier volumes, these refereed volumes also contain accessible surveys of contemporary research fronts, as well as a diverse collection of short research articles. They form a valuable reference for researchers, especially graduate students, working in group theory.

    • Contains short lecture courses from world-leading group theorists
    • Refereed articles give snapshot of current research
    • Ideal as a reference for researchers and graduate students
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    • Date Published: November 2003
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521537407
    • length: 318 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 18 x 152 mm
    • weight: 0.47kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction
    27. Gracefulness, group sequencings and graph factorizations G. Kaplan, A. Lev and Y. Roditty
    28. Orbits in finite group actions T. M. Keller
    29. Groups with finitely generated integral homologies D. H. Kochloukova
    30. Invariants of discrete groups, Lie algebras and pro-p groups D. H. Kochloukova
    31. Groups with all non-subnormal subgroups of finite rank L. A. Kurdachenko and P. Soules
    32. On some infinite dimensional linear groups L. A. Kurdachenko and I. Y. Subbotin
    33. Groups and semisymmetric graphs S. Lipschutz and Ming-Yao Xu
    34. On the covers of finite groups M. S. Lucido
    35. Groupland O. Macedonska
    36. On maximal nilpotent pi-subgroups J Medina
    37. Characters of p-groups and Sylow p-subgroups A. Moretó
    38. On the relation between group theory and loop theory M. Niemenmaa
    39. Groups and lattices P. P. Pálfy
    40. Finite generalized tetrahedron groups with a cubic relator G. Rosenberger, M. Scheer and R. M. Thomas
    41. Character degrees of the Sylow p-subgroups of classical groups J. Sangroni
    42. Character correspondences and perfect isometries L. Sanus
    43. The characters of finite projective symplectic group PSp(4
    q) M. A. Shahabi and H. Mohtadifar
    44. Exponent of finite groups with automorphisms P. Shumyatsky
    45. Classifying irreducible representations in characteristic zero A. Turull
    46. Lie methods in group theory M. R. Vaughan-Lee
    47. Chevalley groups of type G2 as automorphism groups of loops P. Vojtechovsky.

  • Editors

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

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

    G. C. Smith, University of Bath

    Contributors

    G. Kaplan, A. Lev, Y. Roditty, T. M. Keller, D. H. Kochloukova, L. A. Kurdachenko, P. Soules, I. Y. Subbotin, S. Lipschutz, Ming-Yao Xu, M. S. Lucido, O. Macedonska, J Medina, A. Moretó, M. Niemenmaa, P. P. Pálfy, G. Rosenberger, M. Scheer, R. M. Thomas, J. Sangroni, L. Sanus, M. A. Shahabi, H. Mohtadifar, P. Shumyatsky, A. Turull, M. R. Vaughan-Lee, P. Vojtechovsky

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