By Hal Schenck
Contemporary advances in computing and algorithms enable you do many classical difficulties in algebra. compatible for graduate scholars, this ebook brings complicated algebra to lifestyles with many examples. the 1st 3 chapters supply an advent to commutative algebra and connections to geometry. the rest of the ebook specializes in 3 energetic components of up to date algebra: homological algebra; algebraic combinatorics and algebraic topology; and algebraic geometry.
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