Selected Mathematical Reviews Related to the Paper in the Previous Section By

@inproceedings{AschbacherSelectedMR,
  title={Selected Mathematical Reviews Related to the Paper in the Previous Section By},
  author={Michael Aschbacher and Brooke Oliver and Rena Brauer and Cecil James Nesbitt and Gourab De and Bernadette Robinson}
}
On the modular characters of groups. The authors first summarize the theory of modular characters of a finite group G as previously developed by them [Univ. of Toronto Studies, Math. Series, no. 4, 1937]. If an element of G is defined to be p-regular when its order is prime to p, one of the important results in this theory is that the number of distinct absolutely irreducible modular representations of G is equal to the number of classes of conjugate p-regular elements of G. The principal… CONTINUE READING