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There is a recent textbook which gives a fairly complete and concise presentation of group theory, covering both structure and representations of both finite and continuous (Lie) groups, with a brief discussion on applications to music (finite groups) and elementary particles (Lie groups). The target level is advanced undergraduate and beginning graduate. It is freely available at

http://www.scribd.com/doc/207786199/Group-Theory-A-Physicist-s-Primer http://www.scribd.com/doc/209840863/Group-Theory-A-Problem-Book

The author has also co-authoredpublished texts on contemporary particles and elementary particle theory, some parts of which discuss real life applications of group theory.

There is a recent textbook which gives a fairly complete and concise presentation of group theory, covering both finite and continuous (Lie) groups, with a brief discussion on applications to elementary particles. It is freely available at

http://www.scribd.com/doc/207786199/Group-Theory-A-Physicist-s-Primer http://www.scribd.com/doc/209840863/Group-Theory-A-Problem-Book

The author has co-authored texts on contemporary particles and particle theory.

There is a recent textbook which gives a fairly complete and concise presentation of group theory, covering both structure and representations of both finite and continuous (Lie) groups, with a brief discussion on applications to music (finite groups) and elementary particles (Lie groups). The target level is advanced undergraduate and beginning graduate. It is freely available at

http://www.scribd.com/doc/207786199/Group-Theory-A-Physicist-s-Primer http://www.scribd.com/doc/209840863/Group-Theory-A-Problem-Book

The author has also co-published texts on contemporary particles and elementary particle theory, some parts of which discuss real life applications of group theory.

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There is a recent textbook which gives a fairly complete and concise presentation of group theory, covering both finite and continuous (Lie) groups, with a brief discussion on applications to elementary particles. It is freely available at

http://www.scribd.com/doc/207786199/Group-Theory-A-Physicist-s-Primer http://www.scribd.com/doc/209840863/Group-Theory-A-Problem-Book

The author has co-authored texts on contemporary particles and particle theory.