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Richard Brauer (1901-1977) was one of the leading algebraists of this century. The 120 papers collected in this volume were first published between 1926 and 1979. The first section contains twenty papers on the theory of algebras and is introduced by Oscar Goldman. The seventy-four papers on finite groups make up the second and largest section, which spans all three volumes.

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Richard Dagobert Brauer (February 10, 1901 – April 17, 1977) was a leading German and American mathematician. He worked mainly in abstract algebra, but made important contributions to number theory. He was the founder of modular representation theory. Alfred Brauer was Richard's brother and seven years older. They were born to a Jewish family

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The first section contains twenty papers on the theory of algebras and is introduced by Oscar Goldman

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Published 1980 by MIT Press in Cambridge, Mass Table of Contents. v. Text in English and German. Mathematicians of our time ;, v. 17-19.

Published 1980 by MIT Press in Cambridge, Mass. 3. Finite groups, lie groups, number theory, polynomials and equations; geometry, and biography. Includes bibliographical references. 510. Library of Congress.

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Richard Brauer (1901-1977) was one of the leading algebraists of this century. Although he contributed to a number of mathematical fields, Brauer devoted the major share of his efforts to the study of finite groups, a subject of considerable abstract interest and one that underlies many of the more recent advances in combinatorics and finite geometries. The 120 papers collected in this volume were first published between 1926 and 1979. Brauer's mathematical impulse was remarkably steady, and his papers are equally distributed between those written before his fiftieth year and those written thereafter, including a number of contributions that were published after his formal retirement as Perkins Professor of Mathematics as Harvard in 1971. The papers are grouped into six sections following an autobiographical preface written for this collection. The first section contains twenty papers on the theory of algebras and is introduced by Oscar Goldman. The seventy-four papers on finite groups make up the second and largest section, which spans all three volumes. The final four sections complete the third volume and represent Brauer's contribution to Lie groups, number theory, polynomials and equations, geometries and biographies of Artin and Thompson.