By C. B. Thomas

ISBN-10: 0521090652

ISBN-13: 9780521090650

The aim of this publication is to check the relation among the illustration ring of a finite workforce and its essential cohomology via attribute periods. during this method it really is attainable to increase the recognized calculations and turn out a few normal effects for the indispensable cohomology ring of a gaggle G of best energy order. one of the teams thought of are these of p-rank below three, extra-special p-groups, symmetric teams and linear teams over finite fields. a major device is the Riemann - Roch formulation which gives a relation among the attribute sessions of an triggered illustration, the periods of the underlying illustration and people of the permutation illustration of the endless symmetric team. Dr Thomas additionally discusses the results of his paintings for a few mathematics teams as a way to curiosity algebraic quantity theorists. Dr Thomas assumes the reader has taken uncomplicated classes in algebraic topology, crew thought and homological algebra, yet has incorporated an appendix during which he provides a in simple terms topological evidence of the Riemann - Roch formulation.

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