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  • Author: Michael Aschbacher
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Series: Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics (124).

Series: Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics (124). Recommend to librarian. In 1970 Bernd Fischer proved his beautiful theorem classifying the almost simple groups generated by 3-transpositions, and in the process discovered three new sporadic groups, now known as the Fischer groups. Since then, the theory of 3-transposition groups has become an important part of finite simple group theory, but Fischer's work has remained unpublished. 3-Transposition Groups contains the first published proof of Fischer's Theorem, written out completely in one place.

Since then, the theory of 3-transposition groups has become an important part of finite simple . Series: Cambridge tracts in mathematics 124.

Since then, the theory of 3-transposition groups has become an important part of finite simple group theory, but Fischer's work has remained unpublished. Fischer's result, while important and deep (covering a number of complex examples), can be understood by any student with some knowledge of elementary group theory and finite geometry.

3-transposition groups. In 1970 Bernd Fischer proved his beautiful theorem classifying the almost simple groups generated by 3-transpositions, and in the process discovered three new sporadic groups, now known as the Fischer groups

3-transposition groups.

3 Transposition Groups book. 3-Transposition Groups (Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics). 0521571960 (ISBN13: 9780521571968). In 1970 Bernd Fischer proved his beautiful theorem classifying the. Part I of this book has minimal prerequisites and could be used as a text for an intermediate level graduate course; parts II and III are aimed at specialists in finite groups.

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Michael George Aschbacher (born April 8, 1944) is an American mathematician best known for his work on finite groups. He was a leading figure in the completion of the classification of finite simple groups in the 1970s and 1980s. It later turned out that the classification was incomplete, because the case of quasithin groups had not been finished. This gap was fixed by Aschbacher and Stephen D. Smith in 2004, in a pair of books comprising about 1300 pages.

3-Transposition Groups (Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics): ISBN 9780521101028 .

3-Transposition Groups (Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics): ISBN 9780521101028 (978-0-521-10102-8) Softcover, Cambridge University Press, 2009. 3-Transposition Groups (Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics): ISBN 9780511759413 (978-0-511-75941-3) Cambridge University Press, 2010. The Classification of Finite Simple Groups: Groups of Characteristic 2 Type (Mathematical Surveys and Monographs). by Michael Aschbacher, Richard Lyons, Stephen D. Smith, Ronald Solomon.

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Series: Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics (Book 104).

Takes a first step in a program to provide a uniform self-contained treatment of the foundational material on the sporadic finite simple groups. Series: Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics (Book 104). Hardcover: 332 pages.

In 1970 Bernd Fischer proved his beautiful theorem classifying the almost simple groups generated by 3-transpositions, and in the process discovered three new sporadic groups, now known as the Fischer groups. Since then, the theory of 3-transposition groups has become an important part of finite simple group theory, but Fischer's work has remained unpublished. 3-Transposition Groups contains the first published proof of Fischer's Theorem, written out completely in one place. Fischer's result, while important and deep (covering a number of complex examples), can be understood by any student with some knowledge of elementary group theory and finite geometry. Part I of this book has minimal prerequisites and could be used as a text for an intermediate level graduate course; parts II and III are aimed at specialists in finite groups.

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