Over the past 20 years, the theory of groups — in particular simple groups, finite and algebraic — has influenced a number of diverse areas of mathematics. Such areas include topics where groups have been traditionally applied, such as algebraic combinatorics, finite geometries, Galois theory and permutation groups, as well as several more recent developments. Among the latter are probabilistic and computational group theory, the theory of algebraic groups over number fields, and model theory, in each of which there has been a major recent impetus provided by simple group theory. In addition, there is still great interest in local analysis in finite groups, with substantial new input from methods of geometry and amalgams, and particular emphasis on the revision project for the classification of finite simple groups.This important book contains 20 survey articles covering many of the above developments. It should prove invaluable for those working in the theory of groups and its applications.Contents:Curtis–Phan–Tits Theory (C D Bennett et al.)Derangements in Simple and Primitive Groups (J Fulman & R Guralnick)Computing with Matrix Groups (W M Kantor & Á Seress)Bases of Primitive Permutation Groups (M W Liebeck & A Shalev)Modular Subgroup Arithmetic (T W Müller)Counting Nets in the Monster (S P Norton)Overgroups of Finite Quasiprimitive Permutation Groups (C E Praeger)Old Groups Can Learn New Tricks (L Pyber)Structure and Presentations of Lie-Type Groups (F G Timmesfeld)Computing in the Monster (R A Wilson)and other papersReadership: Graduate students, researchers and academics in algebra.
GROUPS, COMBINATORICS AND GEOMETRY
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