A Treatise on the Theory of Invariants
by Oliver E. Glenn
Publisher: Project Gutenberg 2006
Number of pages: 221
The object of this book is to present in a volume of medium size the fundamental principles and processes and a few of the multitudinous applications of invariant theory, with emphasis upon both the nonsymbolical and the symbolical method.
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by Leonard Evens - Northwestern University
Contents: Groups; Group actions on sets; Normal series; Ring theory; Modules; Hom and tensor; Field theory; Galois theory; Applications of Galois theory; Infinite extensions; Categories; Multilinear algebra; More ring theory; Localization; etc.
by George B. Seligman - American Mathematical Society
The purpose of the present memoir is to demonstrate the applicability, under certain restrictions on the algebra and the base field, of the techniques used in the determination of all simple Lie algebras of characteristic zero.
by Eric G. Wagner - Wagner Mathematics
A text on universal algebra with a strong emphasis on applications and examples from computer science. The text introduces signatures, algebras, homomorphisms, initial algebras, free algebras, and illustrates them with interactive applications.
by W. B. Vasantha Kandasamy - American Research Press
The purpose of this book entirely lies in the study, introduction and examination of the Smarandache loops. We expect the reader to have a good background in algebra and more specifically a strong foundation in loops and number theory.