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 Title: An Introduction to Group Theory: Applications to Mathematical Music Theory
 Author(s) Flor AceffSánchez, Octavio A. AgustínAquino; Emilio Lluis Puebla; Mariana Montiel; Janine du Plessis
 Publisher: Academic Community
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 eBook: PDF (142 pages)
 Language: English
 ISBN10: N/A
 ISBN13: 9788740303247
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Book Description
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.
In this text, a modern presentation of the fundamental notions of Group Theory is chosen, where the language of commutative diagrams and universal properties, so necessary in Modern Mathematics, in Physics and Computer Science, among other disciplines, is introduced.
It provides answers to foundational questions about the mathematics of music accessibly yet rigorously. The examples given are all practical problems in music and audio.
This book offers a lively exploration of the mathematics, physics, and neuroscience that underlie music in a way that readers without scientific background can follow.
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