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  1. Group Theory


  1.  A piece of music can be accompanied by words, movement, or dance, or can simply be
    appreciated on its own. It is the same with groups. They can be seen as groups of symmetries, permutations, or motions, or can simply be studied and admired in their own right.-
    Mark Ronan, Symmetry and the Monster: One of the Greatest Quests of Mathematics, OxfordUniv. Press, 2006.
  2. Hyperbolic Group Theory  James Howie Heriot-Watt University 1999  
  3. Groups FELIX LAZEBNIK University of Delaware   
  4. Lecture Notes on Groups  John Lawrence  University of Waterloo  April 2012
  5.  Groups for Maths, Physics and Chemistry students Arjeh Cohen Rosane Ushirobira Jan Draisma October 18, 2007
  6. Graduate Algebra: Groups Donald L. Kreher Michigan Tech December 21, 2012
  7. Finite Group Theory Gunnar Traustason Lund University Autumn 2012
  8. Theory of Groups Jurgen Bierbrauer Michigan Technological University February 8, 1999
  9. Group Theory J.S. Milne Version 3.11 March 28, 2011
  10. Presentations of Groups Derek Holt Notes by Florian Bouyer University of Warwick
  11. Group Theory I  Ulrich Meierfrankenfeld University of Michigan December 8, 2010
  12. Infinite Groups Ulrich Meierfrankenfeld Michigan State University May 1, 2013
  13. Locally Finite Simple Groups Ulrich Meierfrankenfeld Michigan State University March 30, 2011
  14. Groups and Symmetry Andrew Baker University of Glasgow 2005
  15. Groups and Group Actions Richard Earl  University of Oxford 2013

Groups and Symmetries F. Oggier & A. M. Bruckstein Nanyang Technological University

  1. CHAIN COMPLEXES ANDREW BAKER University of Glasgow
  2. SEMIGROUPS Tero Harju  University of Turku  Finland 1996
  3. Groups  Richard Barraclugh University of Burmingham
  4. Group Theory Ian Vincent University of Warwick
  5. Lectures On Groups  Lorenz J. Halbeisen Queen's University Belfast 2nd Semester 2005
  6. Groups:Finite and Infinite   Ulrich Meierfrankenfeld Michigan State University March 8, 2006

  7. Infinite Groups NIKOLAY NIKOLOV Mathematical Institute  University of Oxford
  8. Infinite Groups Nia Roderick Mathematical Institute University of Oxford
  9. NOTES ON GROUP THEORY Sameer Chavan Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
  10. Groups  Semester I 2013-2014 Rachel Quinlan  NUI Galway November 21 2013
  11. Algebraic Groups  Brian Conrad Stanford University Winter 2010

    Undergraduate Group Theory Christopher Cooper McQuarrie University 
  12. Introduction to Group Theory Niall MacKay University of York- 2011-2012
  13. Geometric Groups Panos Papazoglou Mathematical Institute University of Oxford Spring 2013
  14. GROUP COHOMOLOGY Spring 2013 Romyar Sharif University of Arizona Course materials
  15. Lecture Notes on Classical Groups Peter Cameron University of London 
    2003 VERSION: November 3, 2003 
  17. Algebra 3 Group Theory Jack Carr Heriot-Watt University