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Lehrer, Gustav . Taylor, Donald E. (2009), Unitary reflection groups, Australian Mathematical Society Lecture Series, 20, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 978-0-521-74989-3, MR 2542964. Shephard, G. Todd, J. A. (1954), "Finite unitary reflection groups", Canadian Journal of Mathematics, Canadian Mathematical Society, 6: 274–304, doi:10. 4153/CJM-1954-028-3, ISSN 0008-414X, MR 0059914. Coxeter, Finite Groups Generated by Unitary Reflections, 1966, 4. The Graphical Notation, Table of n-dimensional groups generated by n Unitary Reflections.

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Unitary Reflection Groups. Gustav I. Lehrer and Donald E. Publisher: Cambridge University Press. Australian Mathematical Society Lecture Series 20. Price: 6. 0. The classification is due to G. C. Shephard and J. Todd (Canadian J. Math. It involves three infinite families as well as 34 exceptional cases.

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A complex reflection is a linear transformation which fixes each point in a hyperplane. Intuitively, it resembles the transformation an image undergoes when it is viewed through a kaleidoscope, or arrangement of mirrors. This book gives a complete classification of all groups of transformations of n-dimensional complex space which are generated by complex reflections, using the method of line systems. In particular: irreducible groups are studied in detail, and are identified with finite linear groups; reflection subgroups of reflection groups are completely classified; the theory of eigenspaces of elements of reflection groups is discussed fully; an appendix outlines links to representation theory, topology and mathematical physics. Containing over 100 exercises ranging in difficulty from elementary to research level, this book is ideal for honors and graduate students, or for researchers in algebra, topology and mathematical physics.