Series: Student Mathematical Library (Book 36). Paperback: 314 pages

Series: Student Mathematical Library (Book 36). Paperback: 314 pages. Publisher: American Mathematical Society (December 19, 2006). where to begin? the subject matter before us, namely the invariant theory of finite groups, comprises a beautiful chapter in mathematics - unfortunately, you'd never guess it from this book - the approach is relentlessly algebraic with little or no guidance as to why one is investing such effort in page after page of calculation - aside from the fact that the author does not.

Mara Dicle Neusel (May 14, 1964 – September 5, 2014) was a mathematician, author, teacher and an advocate for women in mathematics. The focus of her mathematical work was on invariant theory, which can be briefly described as the study of group actions and their fixed points. Mara Neusel was born in Stuttgart, Germany, one of two children of Günter and Aylâ (Helvacioglu) Neusel

Download books for free. The questions that have been at the center of invariant theory since the 19th century have revolved around the following themes: finiteness, computation, and special classes of invariants.

Download books for free. This book begins with a survey of many concrete examples chosen from these themes in the algebraic, homological, and combinatorial context.

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In addition, to my personal taste, the volumes from the AMS Student Mathematical Library have a very nice small format

Publisher: American Mathematical Society. Exercises are included at the end of each chapter, making the book an ideal textbook (for an advanced undergraduate course). In addition, six sections are dedicated to the discussion of some applications of the theory to other fields, for instance to coding theory or combinatorics. Invariant theory studies the actions of groups on algebras. In addition, to my personal taste, the volumes from the AMS Student Mathematical Library have a very nice small format. I strongly recommend this book for an advanced undergraduate or first-year graduate course, and also for independent study.

Inverse Invariant Theory and Steenrod Operations. Introduction The $Delta$-theorem Some field theory over the Steenrod Algebra The integral closure theorem and the unstable part The inseparable closure The embedding theorem I Noetherianess, th. More).

Article in Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society 35(01):135 - 144 · January 2003 with 7 Reads. How we measure 'reads'

Article in Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society 35(01):135 - 144 · January 2003 with 7 Reads. How we measure 'reads'.

This book begins with a survey of many concrete examples chosen from these themes in the algebraic, homological . Chapter 6 presents special classes of invariants, which deal with modular invariant theory and its particular problems and features.

This book begins with a survey of many concrete examples chosen from these themes in the algebraic, homological, and combinatorial context. Chapter 7 collects results for special classes of invariants and coinvariants such as (pseudo) reflection groups and representations of low degree. If the ground field is finite, additional problems appear and are compensated for in part by the emergence of new tools.

Invariant Theory Mara D. Neusel Publication Year: 2007 ISBN-10: 0-8218-4132-7 ISBN-13: 978-0-8218-4132-7 Student Mathematical Library, vol. 3. 36. This page is maintained by the authors. This page will be used for updates and additional material. Corrections (posted 9/09).