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An Introduction to Group Theory: Applications to Mathematical Music Theory

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An Introduction to Group Theory: Applications to Mathematical Music Theory
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788740303247
Number of pages: 165

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In this text, a modern presentation of the fundamental notions of Group Theory is chosen, where the language of commutative diagrams and universal properties, so necessary in Modern Mathematics, in Physics and Computer Science, among other disciplines, is introduced.

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