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Welcome to Groupprops (the Group Properties Wiki)!
Groupprops is a group theory wiki which is currently in the pre-alpha stage where all the editing, management and control are being done by Vipul Naik, a first-year Ph.D. student in mathematics at the University of Chicago.
- How do I use groupprops?
- What can I expect to get out of groupprops?
Quick access to definitions, facts, proofs; insight into the connections between a number of things you may have seen earlier, and a lot of fun as you explore along.
We realize that Groupprops, as it stands now, is very low on expository content and explanations; this is because we have been busy so far placing a solid structure of definitions and facts. More survey articles, topic articles, and explanatory content will be coming up in the future.
- Is groupprops reliable at the moment?
No! Many of the articles on the wiki have been read by only one person, and there is a significant amount of terminology that is not standard in the mathematical community (though none that conflicts with standard terminology).
Further information: Groupprops:Hazards
Also, please see Category:Groupprops conventions for conventions followed on the wiki.
What is Groupprops?
- What is groupprops all about?
Groupprops is intended as a dynamic repository of definitions, facts and proofs related to groups, subgroups, automorphisms, representations, and other constructions associated with groups. It is intended as a one-stop shop for basic information in all areas directly within group theory and a few areas outside.
Check out Groupprops:Purpose statement for an idea of the purpose behind Groupprops.
- What are the principles behind the organization of groupprops?
Groupprops is based on the property-theoretic paradigm of organization. See Category:Groupprops organizational principles for more details.
How does one contribute?
- I want to contribute to Groupprops? How do I do so?
Check out Groupprops:How to contribute
Yes, but in an even more raw state. Check out: