An Introduction to Group Theory  Applications to Mathematical Music Theory
This is a free textbook offered by BookBoon.'The success of Group Theory is impressive and extraordinary. It is, perhaps, the most powerful and influential branch of all Mathematics. Its influence is strongly felt in almost all scientific and artistic disciplines (in Music, in particular) and in Mathematics itself. Group Theory extracts the essential characteristics of diverse situations in which some type of symmetry or transformation appears. Given a nonempty set, a binary operation is...
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