2 edition of General algebraic ideas found in the catalog.
General algebraic ideas
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[Show full abstract] algebraic ideas and representations typically absent from the early mathematics curriculum and thought to be beyond students' reach. The data come from a month longitudinal It consists of about one quarter 'general topology' (without its usual pathologies) and three quarters 'algebraic topology' (centred around the fundamental group, a readily grasped topic which gives a good idea of what algebraic topology is). The book has emerged from courses given at the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne to senior
The book contains several hundred worked examples and exercises, making it suitable for adoption as a course text. From the lines and conics of elementary geometry the reader proceeds to general curves in the real affine plane, with excursions to more general fields to illustrate applications, such as Harris’ book The Geometry of Schemes, and Harris’ earlier book Algebraic Geometry is a beautiful tour of the subject. For background, it will be handy to have your favorite commutative algebra book around. Good examples are Eisenbud’s Commutative Algebra with a View to Algebraic Ge-ometry, or Atiyah and Macdonald’s Commutative Algebra ~vakil//fallpdf.
The book spends nearly all its time focusing on motivations and ideas, and much less on mechanical details. This is a sharp contrast to most I loved this book. My quick summary would be "this is all the parts of a high school/undergrad math curriculum that so often get lost." The branch of algebraic geometry dealing with the general properties of algebraic varieties (cf. Algebraic variety) over arbitrary fields and with schemes (cf. Scheme), which are their first studies in abstract algebraic geometry appeared as early as the 19th century, but the main development of the subject dates back to the s, with the creation of the general theory of
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