# Bhama Srinivasan

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Indian-American mathematician

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#938

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Measure Theory

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#4328

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#1057

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## Why Is Bhama Srinivasan Influential?

(Suggest an Edit or Addition)According to Wikipedia, Bhama Srinivasan is a mathematician known for her work in the representation theory of finite groups. Her contributions were honored with the 1990 Noether Lecture. She served as president of the Association for Women in Mathematics from 1981 to 1983.

## Bhama Srinivasan's Published Works

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- The blocks of finite general linear and unitary groups (1982) (221)
- The characters of the finite symplectic group (4 (1968) (178)
- The characters of the finite unitary groups (1977) (148)
- The blocks of finite classical groups. (1989) (109)
- Brauer trees in classical groups (1990) (78)
- The Modular Representation Ring of a Cyclic p-Group (1964) (52)
- Representations of Finite Chevalley Groups (1979) (48)
- The lattice point problem of many dimensional hyperboloids. III (1965) (43)
- Weil representations of finite classical groups (1979) (43)
- Generalized Harish-Chandra theory for unipotent characters of finite classical groups (1986) (36)
- Modular representations of finite groups of lie type in a non-defining characteristic (1990) (35)
- Emmy Noether in Bryn Mawr (1983) (31)
- On the Modular Characters of the Special Linear Group SL(2, pn) (1964) (30)
- On the Indecomposable Representations of a Certain Class of Groups (1960) (29)
- On the Steinberg Character of a Finite Simple Group of Lie Type (1971) (17)
- Brauer trees inGL(n,q) (1984) (16)
- Blocks with cyclic defect groups in $GL\left( {n,q} \right)$ (1980) (14)
- Green polynomials op finite classical groups (1977) (14)
- On the number of Abelian groups of a given order (1973) (14)
- Weakly inverse semigroups (1968) (12)
- Jordan decomposition and real‐valued characters of finite reductive groups with connected center (2014) (10)
- Galois group action and Jordan decomposition of characters of finite reductive groups with connected center (2018) (9)
- Emmy Noether in Bryn Mawr : proceedings of a symposium (1983) (6)
- Representations of Finite Chevalley Groups: A Survey (1979) (6)
- Some factors modifying the metabolism of AH 8165 by rat liver homogenate in vitro (1973) (5)
- A Geometrical Approach to the Littlewood–Richardson Rule (1997) (3)
- A note on blocks of modular representations (1964) (3)
- Isometries in Finite Groups of Lie Type (1973) (3)
- Atmospheric prevalence and allergenic potency of castor bean pollen in Chennai, India (2005) (3)
- Isolated blocks in finite classical groups, II (1996) (2)
- Allergenic thermophilic fungi from house dust of asthmatics (2005) (2)
- Characters of Finite Groups: Some Uses and Mathematical Applications (1981) (2)
- Ruth Moufang, 1905–1977 (1984) (2)
- On MacDonald's Symmetric Functions (1992) (2)
- The ℓ-adic cohomology (1979) (1)
- The blocks of the general linear group GL(n,q) (1981) (1)
- Averages of Green Functions of Classical Groups (1998) (1)
- Quadratic unipotent blocks in general linear, unitary and symplectic groups (2013) (1)
- On CRDAHA and finite general linear and unitary groups (2014) (1)
- Classification of tori (1979) (0)
- The construction of Lusztig-Deligne (1979) (0)
- Media Highlights (2010) (0)
- Review of results on algebraic groups (1979) (0)
- Special issue in memory of Professor James Alexander (“Sandy”) Green (2017) (0)
- Classification of representations (1979) (0)
- A Note from the Book Reviews Editor (2001) (0)
- Discrete series representations and Harish-Chandra theory (1979) (0)
- “Emmy Noether: The Mother of Modern Algebra,” by M. B. W. Tent (2010) (0)
- Principal series representations (1979) (0)
- Modular representations, old and new (2011) (0)
- The BMM global-local bijection for GL(n, q) (2014) (0)
- Hepatoprotective Effect of Enicostemma littorale in Alcohol Induced Oxidative Stress in Male Albino Rats (2011) (0)

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