Simple groups of Lie type

@inproceedings{MacDonald1972SimpleGO,
  title={Simple groups of Lie type},
  author={Ian G. MacDonald},
  year={1972}
}
Partial table of contents: The Classical Simple Groups. Weyl Groups. Simple Lie Algebras. The Chevalley Groups. Unipotent Subgroups. The Diagonal and Monomial Subgroups. The Bruhat Decomposition. Polynomial Invariants of the Weyl Group. The Exponents of the Weyl Group. Further Properties of the Chevalley Groups. Generators, Relations and Automorphisms in Chevalley Groups. The Twisted Simple Groups. Further Properties of the Twisted Groups. Associated Geometrical Structures. Sporadic Simple… 

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