# Representaions of General Linear Groups by G. D. James

By G. D. James

Crucial examples of finite teams are the gang of diversifications of a suite of n items, often called the symmetric staff, and the gang of non-singular n-by-n matrices over a finite box, often known as the final linear team. This publication examines the illustration concept of the final linear teams, and divulges that there's a shut analogy with that of the symmetric teams. It comprises an essay which was once joint winner of the Cambridge college Adams Prize 1981-2, and is meant to be available to mathematicians with out earlier expert wisdom of the themes concerned. many of us have studied the representations of common linear teams over fields of the ordinary attribute, yet this quantity explores new territory by means of contemplating the case the place the attribute of the floor box isn't the common one. not just are the consequences within the ebook dependent and fascinating of their personal correct, yet they recommend many traces for additional research.

By G. D. James

Crucial examples of finite teams are the gang of diversifications of a suite of n items, often called the symmetric staff, and the gang of non-singular n-by-n matrices over a finite box, often known as the final linear team. This publication examines the illustration concept of the final linear teams, and divulges that there's a shut analogy with that of the symmetric teams. It comprises an essay which was once joint winner of the Cambridge college Adams Prize 1981-2, and is meant to be available to mathematicians with out earlier expert wisdom of the themes concerned. many of us have studied the representations of common linear teams over fields of the ordinary attribute, yet this quantity explores new territory by means of contemplating the case the place the attribute of the floor box isn't the common one. not just are the consequences within the ebook dependent and fascinating of their personal correct, yet they recommend many traces for additional research.

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