Books in category Mathematics – Algebra

Number Theory: An Introduction to Mathematics:, Part 1
This twovolume book is a modern introduction to the theory of numbers, emphasizing its connections with other branches of mathematics. Part A is accessible to firstyear undergraduates and deals with elementary number theory.

This book is a concise, selfcontained introduction to abstract algebra that stresses its unifying role in geometry and number theory.

Ideals, Varieties, and Algorithms
This book details the heart and soul of modern commutative and algebraic geometry.

Inequalities and Applications 2010
Inequalities also appear directly in mathematical models for applications in science, engineering, and economics. This edited volume covers divers aspects of this fascinating field.

Term Rewriting and Applications
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Rewriting Techniques and Applications, RTA 2007, held in Paris, France in June 2007 in conjunction with TLCA 2007, the 8th International Conference on …

Combinatorics of Coxeter Groups
The first part of the book provides a selfcontained introduction to combinatorial Coxeter group theory. The emphasis here is on the combinatorics of reduced decompositions, Bruhat order, weak order, and some aspects of root systems.

Linear Groups with an Exposition of Galois Field Theory
American mathematician LEONARD EUGENE DICKSON (18741954) received the University of Chicago's first doctorate in mathematics, and later taught there for 39 years.

NonNoetherian Commutative Ring Theory
With this in mind, we invited many of the most prominent researchers in NonNoetherian Commutative Ring Theory to write expository articles representing the most recent topics of research in this area.

This volume offers a selection of key papers from Joseph Leonard Walsh, former US Naval Officer and professor at University of Maryland and Harvard University.

Galois Theory of Linear Differential Equations
This gap is filled by the volume under review, and more than satisfactorily." Mathematical Reviews Linear differential equations form the central topic of this volume, Galois theory being the unifying theme.