
Definition of Commutative group
1. Noun. A group that satisfies the commutative law.
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Literary usage of Commutative group
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Cambridge Colloquium 1916 by Griffith Conrad Evans, Oswald Veblen (1918)
"The commutative group G 25. Suppose that a group G is determined by n generators #b
929  • •, gn and a number k of generating relations. ..."
2. Linear Groups: With an Exposition of the Galois Field Theory by Leonard Eugene Dickson (1901)
"A noncommutative group of order 12 having a selfconjugate fourgroup ...
The (?12 would be a commutative group if Fs were commutative with F2, F2', F2". ..."
3. Investigations Representing the Departments: Physics, Chemistry, Geology by University of Chicago (1903)
"TAe binary hyper orthogonal group in the field F(i) has as a subgroup the binary
orthogonal commutative group in the field F. 6. ..."
4. Mathematische Annalen by Carl Neumann, Otto Blumenthal, Bartel Leendert Waerden, Adolph Mayer, David Hilbert, Alfred Clebsch, Albert Einstein, Constantin Carath�eodory, Erich Hecke, Felix Klein, Heinrich Behnke (1878)
"This can be effected for any group, in a manner which is selfevident and in nowise
interesting: but in a different manner for a commutative group (or group ..."
5. The Collected Mathematical Papers of Arthur Cayley by Arthur Cayley (1896)
"This can be effected for any group, in a manner which is selfevident and in
nowise interesting : but in a different manner for a commutative group (or ..."
6. Lectures on Fundamental Concepts of Algebra and Geometry by John Wesley Young (1911)
"A group in which the operation o is commutative throughout is called a commutative
group. A Geometrical Group. — As an example of a group in which occur ..."