Infinite dimensional Lie algebras by Kac V.G.
By Kac V.G.
This is often the 3rd, considerably revised version of this significant monograph. The publication is anxious with Kac-Moody algebras, a selected type of infinite-dimensional Lie algebras, and their representations. it's in response to classes given over a couple of years at MIT and in Paris, and is adequately self-contained and exact for use for graduate classes. every one bankruptcy starts with a motivating dialogue and ends with a set of routines, with tricks to the tougher difficulties.
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