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Return to Book Page. Introduction to Representation Theory by Pavel Etingof ,. Oleg Golberg. Sebastian Hensel. Tiankai Liu. Alex Schwendner. Holistic introduction to representation theory, presenting it as a unified subject which studies representations of associative algebras. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published August 1st by American Mathematical Society. More Details Friend Reviews.
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Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Very roughly speaking, representation theory studies symmetry in linear spaces. It is a beautiful mathematical subject which has many applications, ranging from number theory and combinatorics to geometry, probability theory, quantum mechanics, and quantum field theory. Using this approach, the book covers a number of standard topics in the representation theories of these structures.
Introduction to Representation Theory
Introduction to Representation Theory. Pavel I. Very roughly speaking, representation theory studies symmetry in linear spaces. It is a beautiful mathematical subject which has many applications, ranging from number theory and combinatorics to geometry, probability theory, quantum mechanics, and quantum field theory. Using this approach, the book covers a number of standard topics in the representation theories of these structures.
The Basic Library List Committee suggests that undergraduate mathematics libraries consider this book for acquisition. There are nine chapters in the book, or eight, actually, given that the Introduction is defined as the first chapter. After that the sequence is quite natural. Thereafter the focus falls on finite groups, covering two chapters as is only right ; naturally Frobenius and Burnside are featured here. While the reader, obviously presumed to be a novice, will come away with a broad understanding and representative view of this subject of central importance to mathematics, he will have to proceed to other texts for a more in-depth treatment of the material. However, within the parameters the book under review set itself, it is a truly wonderful achievement.