Theory of Groups of Finite Order
|Rating||:||4.20 (676 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||446 Pages|
Amazon Customer said Useless version of a classic text. This book does not preserve the notation of the original text, omitting primes brackets and so forth, making it useless.
The book was reviewed by G A Miller of Cornell University in March, 1900. As may be inferred from the title, the author has practically confined his attention to the groups of a finite order. Amer. Happily, our author is so familiar with these regions that he does not confine himself entirely to leading the reader by known roads to the many interesting objective points. 37 (1) (1900), 80-81. The known regions which are bounded by these restrictions are, at the present time, not too extensive to be described in one volume. Math. He has pointed out many short routes as well as a number of new objects of interest.. In this review Miller writes: This work enjoys the distinction of being the first treatise on the theory of groups which does not consider the applications. Soc. The review appeared in the Bull