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An extension of Miyata's Theorem on the transfer map from the classgroup of a finite dihedral group to that of its cyclic maximal subgroup

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  • Cohomology Theory
  • Abelian Extension
  • Finite Abelian Group
  • Algebraic Number Field
  • Galois Module

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Wilson, S.M.J. (1981). An extension of Miyata's Theorem on the transfer map from the classgroup of a finite dihedral group to that of its cyclic maximal subgroup. In: Roggenkamp, K.W. (eds) Integral Representations and Applications. Lecture Notes in Mathematics, vol 882. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/BFb0092497

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