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- P M Cohn, Charles W Curtis, Irving Reiner, Pp, John Wiley, Son
- 2006

165 motivating the study of linear equations with a problem about a heated plate, whose solution is disarmingly simple when the mean value property is combined with general theorems on homogeneous systems of linear equations. Much of this part could probably be read and enjoyed by a bright sixth-former, but he would find himself rapidly out of his depth in… (More)

The name Évariste Galois and the subject known today as Galois theory are familiar to anyone who has studied modern algebra. In his short life of twenty years, ended following a duel in May 1832, Galois created the foundations of a large part of algebra as it is studied today, together with individual results that have never lost their sparkle. There were… (More)

- Charles W Curtis, H Heineken, H Liebeck, Impl, John Martino, Stewart Priddy +6 others
- 2009

Modular representations of finite groups with split (B,N)-pairs,

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