In the three-volume book, the author is assembling the proof of the Classification Theorem with explanations and references. The goal is a state-of-the-art account on the structure and classification theory of Lie algebras over fields of positive characteristic leading to the forefront of current research in this field.This first volume is devoted to preparing the ground for the classification work to be performed in the second and third volume. The concise presentation of the general theory underlying the subject matter and the presentation of classification results on a subclass of the simple Lie algebras for all odd primesmake this volume an invaluable source and reference for all research mathematicians and advanced graduate students in albegra.
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