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by Norbert Klingen

eBook Arithmetical Similarities: Prime Decomposition and Finite Group Theory (Oxford Mathematical Monographs) ePub
Author: Norbert Klingen
Language: English
ISBN: 0198535988
ISBN13: 978-0198535980
Publisher: Clarendon Press; 1 edition (July 16, 1998)
Pages: 288
Category: Mathematics
Subcategory: Science
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Arithmetical Similarities. Prime Decomposition and Finite Group Theory. Oxford Mathematical Monographs. Includes several previously unpublished results. Arithmetical Similarities.

Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society. Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society. ARITHMETICAL SIMILARITIES: PRIME DECOMPOSITION AND FINITE GROUP THEORY (Oxford Mathematical Monographs) By NORBERT KLINGEN: 274 p. £5. 0, ISBN 0 19 853598 8 (Clarendon Press, 1998). Cheryl E. Praeger (a1).

ARITHMETICAL SIMILARITIES: PRIME DECOMPOSITION AND FINITE GROUP THEORY (Oxford Mathematical Monograp. By Norbert Klingen: 274 p. November 1999 · Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society. S. Chandrasekhar: The Mathematical Theory of Black Holes. January 1985 · Astronomische Nachrichten.

Arithmetical Similarities : Prime Decomposition and Finite Group Theory. Publisher:Oxford University Press, Incorporated. Focusing on fruitful exchanges between group theory and number theory, this book examines recent work in the characterization of extensions of number fields in terms of the decomposition of prime ideals. A key problem in this area is establishing the equality of Dedekind zeta functions of different number fields. This problem was solved for abelian extensions by class field theory, but was little studied in its general form until 1970.

Klingen, . The Clarendon Press, Oxford University Press, New York (1998)zbMATHGoogle Scholar. Mantilla-Soler, . On a question of Perlis and Stuart regarding arithmetic equivalence. 5. Neukirch, . Algebraic Number Theory, vol. 322. Springer, Berlin (2013)zbMATHGoogle Scholar. 6. Perlis, . On the equation (zeta {K} zeta {K^{prime }}).

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Finite Geometry and Character Theory (Lecture Notes in Mathematics). Dr J. W. P. Hirschfeld, School of Mathematical Sciences, University of Sussex, Brighton, BN1 9QH. Te. +44 80; fax: +44 97. Series: Oxford Mathematical Monographs.

Oxford mathematical monographs. algebras Norbert Klingen: Arithmetical similarities: prime decomposition and finite group. L. Nirenberg R. Penrose J. T. Stuart. groups 1. GyOri and G. Ladas: The oscillation theory of delay differential equations J. Heinonen, T. Kilpelainen, and O. Martio: Non-linear potential theory B. Amberg, S. Franciosi, and F. de Giovanni: Products of groups M. E. Gurtin: Thermomechanics of evolving phase boundaries in the plane I. lonescu and M. F. Sofonea: Functional and numerical methods in viscoplasticity N. Woodhouse: Geometric quantization.

It gives a comprehensive treatment of the theory of G-algebras and shows how it can be used to solve a number of problems about blocks, modules and almost-split sequences. This book will be of greatest interest to postgraduate students in algebra.

Focusing on fruitful exchanges between group theory and number theory, this book examines recent work in the characterization of extensions of number fields in terms of the decomposition of prime ideals. A key problem in this area is establishing the equality of Dedekind zeta functions of different number fields. This problem was solved for abelian extensions by class field theory, but was little studied in its general form until 1970. Recent progress has been based on important results in group theory, particularly the complete classification of all finite simple groups. This book provides an overview of this progress in algebraic number theory; it contains previously unpublished work as well as numerous results appearing in monograph form the first time.
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