Characters of the symmetric groups of degree and

Authors:
Robert L. Bivins, N. Metropolis, Paul R. Stein and Mark B. Wells

Journal:
Math. Comp. **8** (1954), 212-216

MSC:
Primary 20.0X

DOI:
https://doi.org/10.1090/S0025-5718-1954-0064776-8

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0064776

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**[1]**G. Frobenius, Preuss. Akad., Berlin,*SitzBer.*, 1900, p. 516. A list of Frobenius' relevant papers may be found in ref. 4 or 5.**[2]**F. J. Murnaghan,*Am. Journal of Math.*, v. 59, 1937, p. 437. See also the paper of Littlewood & Richardson.**[3]**D. E. Littlewood & A. R. Richardson, Roy. Soc.,*Phil. Trans.*, v. 233A, 1934, p. 99.**[4]**M. Zia-ud-Din, London Math. Soc.*Proc (2)*, v. 39, 1935, p. 200;*ibid.*, v. 42, 1937, p. 340. K. Kondo,*Phys. Math. Soc. Japan*, v. 22, 1940, p. 585.**[5]**D. E. Littlewood:*The Theory of Group Characters*, 2nd edition. Oxford, 1950.**[6]**F. J. Murnaghan:*The Theory of Group Representations*. Baltimore, 1938.

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