Group Representations

Group Representations

1st Edition - March 9, 1995

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  • Author: Gregory Karpilovsky
  • eBook ISBN: 9781483295107

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This volume is divided into three parts. Part I provides the foundations of the theory of modular representations. Special attention is drawn to the Brauer-Swan theory and the theory of Brauer characters. A detailed investigation of quadratic, symplectic and symmetric modules is also provided. Part II is devoted entirely to the Green theory: vertices and sources, the Green correspondence, the Green ring, etc. In Part III, permutation modules are investigated with an emphasis on the study of p-permutation modules and Burnside rings.The material is developed with sufficient attention to detail so that it can easily be read by the novice, although its chief appeal will be to specialists. A number of the results presented in this volume have almost certainly never been published before.

Table of Contents

  • Preface. Part I: Modular Representations. 1. Separable algebras. 2. Cartan invariants, lattices and decomposition numbers. 3. The Brauer - Swan theory. 4. Brauer characters. 5. Quadratic, symplectic and symmetric modules. Part II: Green Theory. 6. Vertices and sources. 7. The Green correspondence. 8. Virtually irreducible lattices. 9. Almost split sequences. 10. The Green ring. Part III: Permutation Modules. 11. An introduction to permutation modules. 12. Hecke algebras. 13. p-Radical groups. 14. p-Permutation modules. 15. Burnside rings. Bibliography. Notation. Index.

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  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © North Holland 1995
  • Published: March 9, 1995
  • Imprint: North Holland
  • eBook ISBN: 9781483295107

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Gregory Karpilovsky

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Department of Mathematics, California State University, Chico, CA,

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