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The basic definitions and standard properties of linear representations of finite groups over the complex numbers (in particular Schur’s lemma and Maschke’s theorem). The relation between representations and characters, the orthogonality relations and other fundamental properties of characters and character tables. Application of the above results to performing explicit calculations for groups of small order.
Before taking this module you are advised to take Introduction to Algebra(4CCM121A or 5CCM121B), Linear Algebra and Geometry II, Groups and Symmetries (5CCM232A or 6CCM232B).
The aim of this module is to develop the basic theory of linear representations and characters of finite groups over the complex numbers
Three hours of lectures and one hour of tutorial per week throughout the term
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