by Leonard E. Dickson
Publisher: J. Wiley & Sons 1914
Number of pages: 122
This introduction to the classical theory of invariants of algebraic forms is divided into three parts: linear transformations; algebraic properties of invariants and covariants; symbolic notation of Aronhold and Clebsch.
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by Oliver E. Glenn - Project Gutenberg
The object of this book is to present in a volume of medium size the fundamental principles and processes and a few of the multitudinous applications of invariant theory, with emphasis upon both the nonsymbolical and the symbolical method.
by Michael Artin
From the table of contents: Morita equivalence (Hom, Bimodules, Projective modules ...); Localization and Goldie's theorem; Central simple algebras and the Brauer group; Maximal orders; Irreducible representations; Growth of algebras.
by Douglas Lundholm, Lars Svensson - arXiv
These are lecture notes for a course on the theory of Clifford algebras. The various applications include vector space and projective geometry, orthogonal maps and spinors, normed division algebras, as well as simplicial complexes and graph theory.
by W. B. Vasantha Kandasamy - American Research Press
This is the first book on the Smarandache algebraic structures that have two binary operations. Semirings are algebraic structures with two binary operations enjoying several properties and it is the most generalized structure.