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Symmetry Groups and Their Applications

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Symmetry Groups and Their Applications
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Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0124974600
ISBN-13: 9780124974609

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This is a beginning graduate level textbook on applied group theory. Only those aspects of group theory are treated which are useful in the physical sciences, but the mathematical apparatus underlying the applications is presented with a high degree of rigor.

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