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000181691 245__ $$aVanishing evaluations of simple functors
000181691 269__ $$a2014
000181691 260__ $$bElsevier$$c2014$$aAmsterdam
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000181691 520__ $$aThe classification of simple biset functors is known, but the evaluation of a simple biset functor at a finite group G may be zero. We investigate various situations where this happens, as well as cases where this does not occur. We also prove a closed formula for such an evaluation under some restrictive conditions on G.
000181691 700__ $$0(EPFLAUTH)172968$$g172968$$aBouc, Serge
000181691 700__ $$aStancu, Radu
000181691 700__ $$aThévenaz, Jacques$$0243565$$g123676
000181691 773__ $$j218$$tJournal of Pure and Applied Algebra$$q218-227
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