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Module theory: an approach to linear algebra book

Module theory: an approach to linear algebra. T. S. Blyth

Module theory: an approach to linear algebra


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ISBN: 0198533896,9780198533894 | 410 pages | 11 Mb


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Module theory: an approach to linear algebra T. S. Blyth
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The discrete algebras A over a commutative ring R which can be realised as the full endomorphism algebra of a torsion-free R-module have been investigated by Dugas and Gobel under the additional set-theoretic axiom of constructibility, V = L. And not as modules over the group algebra. Alekseev Abstract Algebra - the Calculus approach to matrix eigenvalue algorithms - Hueper Commutative Algebra 2nd ed. Khargonekar, “A Transfer Function Approach to Linear Time-Varying Discrete-Time Systems,” Proceedings of the 21st IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, Orlando , Florida , pp. Instead, we take an approach based on discrete Fourier Analysis. Algebra, 159 (2001), 149–171. Theory, 10 (2007), 555–564) (with G. A Primer of Algebraic D-modules - S. Kamen, “An Algebraic Realization Theory for Linear Continuous-Time Systems,” Proceedings of the Sixth Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science, Honolulu, Hawaii, pp. Coutinho Abel's Theorem in Problems and Solutions - V.B. Matsumura Commutative Ring Theory - H. Many interesting results have Here these results are rederived in a more natural topological setting and substantial generalizations to topological algebras (which could not be handled in the previous linear algebra approach) are obtained. Zhang); Frobenius and Maschke Type Theorems for Doi-Hopf Modules and Entwined Modules Revisited: A Unified Caenepeel, Militaru); Invariants of the adjoint coaction and Yetter-Drinfeld categories, J. Representation Theory of Finite Groups: An Introductory Approach 10 December 2011 Category: Ebooks Author: noise. Liu); Fundamental Theorems of Weak Doi-Hopf Modules and Semisimple Weak Smash Product Hopf Algebras, Communications in Algebra 32 (9) (2004), 3403–3416 (with L. Module theory and Wedderburn theory, as well as tensor products, are deliberately avoided. Representation Theory of Finite Groups: This is achieved by mainly keeping the required background to the level of undergraduate linear algebra, group theory and very basic ring theory.

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