By Peter J. Hilton,Urs Stammbach
Homological algebra has stumbled on quite a few functions in lots of fields starting from finite and endless staff conception to illustration thought, quantity concept, algebraic topology and sheaf idea. within the re-creation of this extensive advent to the sector, the authors tackle a couple of choose themes and describe their functions, illustrating the variety and intensity in their advancements. A finished set of routines is included.
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A Course in Homological Algebra (Graduate Texts in Mathematics) by Peter J. Hilton,Urs Stammbach