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collineation group isomorphic with the group of the double tangents of the plane quartic ...

Charles Clinton Bramble

collineation group isomorphic with the group of the double tangents of the plane quartic ...

by Charles Clinton Bramble

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Published in [Baltimore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Collineation

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby C. C. Bramble.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA601 .B77
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 p. L., [351]-365 p., 1 L.
    Number of Pages365
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6612462M
    LC Control Number18022840
    OCLC/WorldCa23625839

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    Discrete subgroups G of the three dimensional rotation group SO(3). A rotation in three dimensions is characterized by a unit vector ˆn (polar angle and azimuth, equivalently lattitude and longitude), and an angle of rotation ϕ about that axis. It is thus a three parameter continuous group, where the nomenclature SO(3) designates. A subfield of $\mathbb R$ has this property if it is closed under $\exp$ and $\log$. Given any finite set of numbers,the set they generate under the operations of $+,\times, -, /,\exp,\log$ is always countable.

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Two groups and are termed isomorphic groups, in symbols or, if there exists an isomorphism of groups from to. The relation of being isomorphic is an equivalence relation on groups: Reflexivity: The identity map is an isomorphism from any group to itself.

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In general, proving that two groups are isomorphic is rather difficult. However, there are some necessary conditions that must be met between groups in order for them to be isomorphic to each other.

If a necessary condition does not hold, then the groups cannot be isomorphic. Mathematics Introduction to Group Theory Solutions to homework exercise sheet 10 1.

(a) Determine, with justification (and without using the Fundamental Theorem of Abelian Groups), which of the following groups are isomorphic, and which are not isomorphic. [Hint: think about the orders of elements of these groups]. Z8, Z2 ×Z4, Z4 ×Z2. derives a collineation group isomorphic with the group of the double tangents of the plane quartic.

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