Foundations of the Theory of Groupoids and Groups

Borůvka, Otakar

  • Publisher: VEB Deutscher Verlag der Wissenschaften(Berlin), 1974

Book Parts

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  1. [Title pages]Access to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  2. Preface to the English editionAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  3. 11. Multiplication in setsAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  4. Author's remarkAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  5. 19. Basic concepts relative to groupsAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  6. PrefaceAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  7. BibliographyAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  8. IndexAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  9. ContentsAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  10. 1. Basic conceptsAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  11. 2. Decompositions (partitions) in setsAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  12. 3. Decompositions on setsAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  13. 4. Special decompositionsAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  14. 5. Complementary (commuting) decompositionsAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  15. 6. Mappings of setsAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  16. 7. Mappings of decompositionsAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  17. 8. PermutationsAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  18. 9. General (multiple-valued) mappingsAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  19. 10. Series of decompositions of setsAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  20. 12. Basic notions relative to groupoidsAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  21. 13. Homomorphic mappings (deformations) of groupoidsAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  22. 14. Generating decompositionsAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  23. 15. FactoroidsAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  24. 16. Deformations of factoroidsAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  25. 17. Series of factoroidsAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  26. 18. Remarkable kinds of groupoidsAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  27. 20. Cosets of subgroupsAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  28. 21. Decompositions generated by subgroupsAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  29. 22. Consequences of the properties of decompositions generated by subgroupsAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  30. 23. Special decompositions of groups, generated by subgroupsAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  31. 24. Invariant (normal) subgroupsAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  32. 25. Factor groupsAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  33. 26. Deformations and the isomorphism theorems for groupsAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 
  34. 27. Cyclic groupsAccess to Book Part  Full (PDF) 

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Borůvka, Otakar. Foundations of the Theory of Groupoids and Groups. Berlin: VEB Deutscher Verlag der Wissenschaften, 1974. <http://eudml.org/doc/202326>.

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Citations in EuDML Documents

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  1. Jitka Ševečková, Compact elements of the lattice of congruences in an algebra
  2. František Šik, Complements of congruences in an Ω -group
  3. František Šik, Joins of congruences in Ω -groups
  4. Jitka Ševečková, The five-group theorem
  5. František Šik, Schreier-Zassenhaus theorem for algebras. I
  6. Tran Duc Mai, Partitions and congruences in algebras. II. Modular and distributive equalities, complements
  7. František Šik, Schreier-Zassenhaus theorem for algebras. II
  8. Tran Duc Mai, Partitions and congruences in algebras. III. Commutativity of congruences
  9. Jitka Ševečková, František Šik, Complete permutability of partitions in a set. I
  10. Jan Chvalina, Isomorphic algebraic pre-closures and equivalent set-systems

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