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  • adjective Attributive form of group theoretic


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  • This theorem is a generalisation, due to Mal'tsev, of a group-theoretic construction called construction by generators and relations.

    First-order Model Theory Hodges, Wilfrid 2009

  • This was described group theoretically by Weyl and Wigner in terms of the group of permutations, and the former's approach to relativity theory was similarly group-theoretic.

    Structural Realism Ladyman, James 2009

  • French (1998, 1999, 2000) and Castellani (1998) have explored the ontological representation of the fundamental objects of physics in terms of sets of group-theoretic invariants by Cassirer, Eddington,

    Structural Realism Ladyman, James 2009

  • Second, Dedekind's approach to algebraic number theory could also be connected, in a natural way, with Evariste Galois 'revolutionary group-theoretic approach to algebra.

    Dedekind's Contributions to the Foundations of Mathematics Reck, Erich 2008

  • And this required not a philosophical argument about the nature of intution, but one formulated in group-theoretic conceptual form.

    Early Philosophical Interpretations of General Relativity Ryckman, Thomas A. 2006

  • The main result of this project identifies and completely classifies a new class of fusion categories which, for the first time, contains non group-theoretic examples.

    Scientific American 2009

  • Steve’s comment: PCs are unoriented and I believe, in group-theoretic terms, would be a coset of the two oppositely-oriented forms in a quotient group.

    A Red Noise Spaghetti Diagram « Climate Audit 2005


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