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Sur la théorie des invariants des groupes classiques. (French) Zbl 0314.20035

20G99 Linear algebraic groups and related topics
20H15 Other geometric groups, including crystallographic groups
15A72 Vector and tensor algebra, theory of invariants
14B99 Local theory in algebraic geometry
14L99 Algebraic groups
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