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Discrete groups.

Wilhelm Magnus

Discrete groups.

by Wilhelm Magnus

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Published by Stevens in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Group theory.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination116 l.
    Number of Pages116
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16585790M

    CONTENTS CHAPTER 1 Set Theory 1 Introduction 1 Sets and Elements, Subsets 1 Venn Diagrams 3 Set Operations 4 Algebra of Sets, Duality 7 Finite Sets, Counting Principle 8 Classes of Sets, Power Sets, Partitions 10 Mathematical Induction 12 SolvedProblems 12 SupplementaryProblems 18 CHAPTER 2 Relations 23 Introduction 23 Product Sets Contents Tableofcontentsii Listoffiguresxvii Listoftablesxix Listofalgorithmsxx Prefacexxi Resourcesxxii 1 Introduction1

    a mix of group work and class discussion on a few interesting problems. Most discrete books put logic first as a preliminary, which certainly has its advantages. However, I wanted to discuss logic and proofs together, and found that doing bothFile Size: 1MB. Discrete Mathematics Do discrete math books looks boring? With no real world applications and too abstract. I promise that after reading this post, you will love discrete math Mathematical Induction This principle is simple. Look at falling do.

    The Geometry of Discrete Groups. [Alan F Beardon] -- This text is about the geometric theory of discrete groups and the associated tesselations of the underlying space. The theory of Möbius transformations in n-dimensional Euclidean space is. BOOK REVIEW THE ERGODIC THEORY OF DISCRETE GROUPS By P. J. NICHOLLS: £, Paperback, pp, ISBN 0 2. The subject of the ergodic properties of discrete groups of isometries of hyperbolic space is of course not new. In fact the study of the geodesic flow on manifolds of.


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Front Matter. Pages i-xi. PDF. Expanding Graphs. Alexander Lubotzky Kazhdan’s property (T) from representation theory of semi-simple Lie groups was applied in both cases to achieve partial results, and later on.

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