Algebraic Geometry (Dover Books on Mathematics) by Solomon Lefschetz

Geometry Topology

By Solomon Lefschetz

An advent to algebraic geometry and a bridge among its analytical-topological and algebraical points, this publication explores primary techniques of the overall concept of algebraic forms: common aspect, measurement, functionality box, rational adjustments, and correspondences in addition to formal strength sequence and an intensive survey of algebraic curves. 1953 edition.

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