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From the Publisher"Representations of Groups: A Computational Approach, by Lux and Pahlings, is a well-constructed, dense, and, its introductory nature notwithstanding, pretty far-reaching text. Happily, it is also quite accessible....As it should be given what the authors have in mind, Representations of Groups: A Computational Approach is laden with examples and exercises, many of them supplied with hints. The book is well-written and anything but chatty and is based on the authors’ courses so that much of the material in the book has been field tested."
Michael Berg, MAA Reviews
"I enjoyed reading this book, and recommend it as a good modern second course in representation theory. The choice of topics and their arrangement are interesting, sometimes even surprising, but clearly well thought out."
Robert A. Wilson, Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society
"... this is really a wonderful, nice, and significant book, which is so well written, and it is recommended to a wide range of mathematicians, including not only graduate students but also many mathematicians of greater experience."
Shigeo Koshittani, Mathematical Reviews