# Fedorov group

From Encyclopedia of Mathematics

The same as a crystallographic group. It is named after E.S. Fedorov, who listed all such groups in the three-dimensional case around 1891 (see [1]).

#### References

[1] | E.S. Fedorov, "The symmetry and structure of crystals. Fundamental works" , Moscow (1949) pp. 111–255 (In Russian) |

#### Comments

For a bit of history see also Crystallographic group.

**How to Cite This Entry:**

Fedorov group. E.B. Vinberg (originator),

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