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Game Theory: A Playful Introduction by Matt DeVos and Deborah A. KentGame Theory: A Playful Introduction
Matt DeVos
Deborah A. Kent
Designed as a textbook for an undergraduate mathematics class, this book offers a dynamic and rich tour of the mathematics of both sides of game theory, combinatorial and classical, and includes generous sets of exercises at various levels.

Lectures on Chevalley Groups by Robert Steinberg Lectures on Chevalley Groups
Robert Steinberg
This posthumous edition of Robert Steinberg’s Chevalley group lectures includes a new introduction, author corrections, and editorial notes.

Gallery of the Infinite by Richard Evan SchwartzGallery of the Infinite
Richard Evan Schwartz
Written in a playful yet informative style, this book is a mathematician’s unique view of the infinitely many sizes of infinity.

Bulletin of the AMS

Bulletin of the AMS $E_8$, the most exceptional group
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$E_8$, the most exceptional group
The five exceptional simple Lie algebras over the complex number are included one within the other as $ \mathfrak{g}_2 \subset \mathfrak{f}_4 \subset \mathfrak{e}_6 \subset \mathfrak{e}_7 \subset \mathfrak{e}_8$. The biggest one, $ \mathfrak{e}_8$, is in many ways the most mysterious. This article surveys what is known about it, including many recent results, and it focuses on the point of view of Lie algebras and algebraic groups over fields.


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