First course in group theory

The central aim of this book is determination of all possible groups of orders 1 to 15, together with some study of their structure. By  time this aim is realised towards  end of  book,  reader should have acquired  basic ideas and methods of group theory.

Included are some applications of permutation groups and a discussion of finite point groups.

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Subject(s)Cross curricular
Author(s)Cyril F Gardiner
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Shelf referenceA 510.02 GAR
ISN/ISBN0387905456 3540905456
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