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On characters and p-blocks of finite simple groups (Part 4)

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To each prime number p and to each finite group G is associated a natural partitioning of the set of complex irreducible characters of G called the p-block partition. The aim of these lectures is two-fold: firstly, to give an introduction to p-block theory, and secondly, to describe – as far as we know the answer – the p-block partitions of finite simple groups.

This talk is part of the Groups St Andrews 2017 series.

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