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An Introduction to the Theory of Groups (Dover Books on Mathematics)by Paul Alexandroff
Synopses & ReviewsPublisher Comments:This introductory exposition of group theory by an eminent Russian mathematician is particularly suited to undergraduates, developing material of fundamental importance in a clear and rigorous fashion. The treatment is also useful as a review for more advanced students with some background in group theory. Beginning with introductory examples of the group concept, the text advances to considerations of groups of permutations, isomorphism, cyclic subgroups, simple groups of movements, invariant subgroups, and partitioning of groups. An appendix provides elementary concepts from set theory. A wealth of simple examples, primarily geometrical, illustrate the primary concepts. Exercises at the end of each chapter provide additional reinforcement. Synopsis:This introductory exposition of group theory by an eminent Russian mathematician is particularly suitedand#160;to undergraduates. Includes a wealth of simple examples, primarily geometrical, and endofchapter exercises. 1959 edition. Synopsis:This introductory exposition of group theory by an eminent Russian mathematician is particularly suited to undergraduates, developing material of fundamental importance in a clear and rigorous fashion. A wealth of simple examples, primarily geometrical, illustrate the primary concepts. Exercises at the end of each chapter provide additional reinforcement. 1959 edition. About the Author The prominent Russian mathematician Paul S. Alexandroff (1896and#8211;1982) was primarily associated with the University of Moscow. Heand#160;contributedand#160;to the areas ofand#160;topology and homology theory and was the author of Dover's Elementary Concepts in Topology (60747X).and#12288;
Table of Contents1. The Group Concept 2. Groups of Permutations 3. Some General Remarks about Groups. The Concept of Isomorphism 4.Cyclic Subgroups of a Given Group 5. Simple Groups of Moments 6. Invariant Subgroups 7.Homomorphic Mappings 8. Partioningof a Group Relative to a Given Subgroup. Difference Modules Appendix Books to Cosult Index What Our Readers Are SayingBe the first to add a comment for a chance to win!Product Details
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