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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford [England], New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Semigroups.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [237]-249) and index.

    StatementPeter M. Higgins.
    SeriesOxford science publications
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA171 .H56 1991
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 258 p. :
    Number of Pages258
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1546625M
    ISBN 100198535775
    LC Control Number91025928


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This book introduces recently developed ideas and techniques in semigroup theory to provide a handy reference guide previously unavailable in a single volume. The opening chapter provides sufficient background to enable the reader to follow any of the subsequent chapters, and would by itself be suitable for a first course in semigroup : Peter M.

Higgins. This book introduces recently developed ideas and techniques in semigroup theory, providing a handy reference guide previously unavailable in a single volume.

The opening chapter provides sufficient background to enable the reader to follow any of the subsequent chapters, and would by itself be suitable for a first course in semigroup by: Techniques of semigroup theory.

[Peter M Higgins] Recently developed techniques in semigroup theory are introduced in a single self-contained volume. The book is written with clarity, the proofs and arguments are usually presented in a brief and elegant way, and even familiar things are often viewed from a fresh perspective.

This book introduces recently developed ideas and techniques in semigroup theory to provide a handy reference guide previously unavailable in a single volume.

The opening chapter provides sufficient background to enable the reader to follow any of the subsequent chapters, and would by itself be suitable for a first course in semigroup : Peter M. Higgins. This book introduces recently developed ideas and techniques in semigroup theory, providing a handy reference guide previously unavailable in a single volume.

The opening chapter provides sufficient background to enable the reader to follow Author: Peter M. Higgins. Book Review; Published: December Techniques of semigroup theory.

by Peter M. Higgins Oxford University Press, Oxford-New York-Tokyo, x+ pp. ISBN$Cited by: 1. This book introduces recently developed ideas and techniques in semigroup theory, providing a handy reference guide previously unavailable in a single volume.

The opening chapter provides sufficient background to enable the reader to follow any of the subsequent chapters, and would by itself be suitable for a first course in semigroup theory. By Peter M. Higgins: pp., £4000, ISBN 0 19 5 (Oxford Science Publications, ).Author: John Fountain.

Semigroup theory can be used to study some problems in the field of partial differential y speaking, the semigroup approach is to regard a time-dependent partial differential equation as an ordinary differential equation on a function space.

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This book is an indispensable source for anyone with an interest in semigroup theory or whose research overlaps with this increasingly important and active field of mathematics. It clearly emphasizes "pure" semigroup theory, in particular the various classes of regular semigroups.

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