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Computational problems in the theory of Abelian groups

Constantinos Spiros Iliopoulos

Computational problems in the theory of Abelian groups

by Constantinos Spiros Iliopoulos

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Published by [typescript] in [s.l.] .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Warwick, 1983.

StatementConstantinos Spiros Iliopoulos.
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Open LibraryOL14872763M

attack on the structure of nite groups was begun by Otto H older ({) in a series of papers published during the period { The simple abelian groups are precisely the cyclic groups of prime order, and groups whose simple composition factors are abelian form the class of solvable groups, which plays an important role in Galois theory. The book also examines various aspects of torsion-free groups, including the theory of their structure and torsion-free groups with many automorphisms. After one paper on mixed groups, the volume closes with a group of papers dealing with properties of modules which generalize corresponding properties of abelian : Laszlo Fuchs.

Examples and Problems of Applied Differential Equations. Ravi P. Agarwal, Simona Hodis, and Donal O'Regan. Febru Ordinary Differential Equations, Textbooks. A Mathematician’s Practical Guide to Mentoring Undergraduate Research. Michael Dorff, Allison Henrich, and Lara Pudwell. Febru Undergraduate Research.   One of the more significant achievements of twentieth century mathematics, especially from the viewpoints of logic and computer science, was the work of Church, Gödel and Turing in the 's which provided a precise and robust definition of what it means for a problem to be computationally solvable, or decidable, and which showed that there are undecidable Cited by:

With abelian groups, additive notation is often used instead of multiplicative notation. In other words the identity is represented by \(0\), and \(a + b\) represents the element obtained from applying the group operation to \(a\) and \(b\). Thus, the duality theory of characters for finite Abelian groups has been considerably extended to the duality theory of locally compact Abelian groups. The development of homological algebra has made it possible to solve a whole series of problems in Abelian groups, such as classifying the set of all extensions of one group by another.


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