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Groups 93 Galway St Andrews

Author: C. M. Campbell
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521477499
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Representing the wealth and diversity of group theory for experienced researchers as well as new postgraduates, this two-volume book contains selected papers from the international conference which was held at University College Galway in August 1993.

Groups 93 Galway St Andrews

Author: C. M. Campbell
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521477505
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This two-volume book contains selected papers from the international conference 'Groups 1993 Galway / St Andrews' which was held at University College Galway in August 1993. The wealth and diversity of group theory is represented in these two volumes. As with the Proceedings of the earlier 'Groups-St Andrews' conferences it is hoped that the articles in these Proceedings will, with their many references, prove valuable both to experienced researchers and also to new postgraduates interested in group theory.

Novikov Conjectures Index Theorems And Rigidity Volume 1

Author: Steven C. Ferry
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521497961
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The Novikov conjecture is the single most important unsolved problem in the topology of high-dimensional non-simply connected manifolds. These two volumes give a snapshot of the status of work on the Novikov conjecture and related topics from many points of view: geometric topology, homotopy theory, algebra, geometry, and analysis. Volume 1 contains a detailed historical survey and bibliography of the Novikov conjecture and of related subsequent developments, including an annotated reprint (both in the original Russian and in English translation) of Novikov's original 1970 statement of his conjecture; an annotated problem list; the texts of several important unpublished classic papers by Milnor, Browder, and Kasparov; and research/survey papers on the Novikov conjecture by Ferry/Weinberger, Gromov, Mishchenko, Quinn, Ranicki, and Rosenberg. Volume 2 contains fundamental long research papers by G. Carlsson on "Bounded K-theory and the assembly map in algebraic K-theory" and by S. Ferry and E. Pedersen on "Epsilon surgery theory"; and shorter research and survey papers on various topics related to the Novikov conjecture, by Bekka, Cherix, Valette, Eichhorn, and others. These volumes will appeal to researchers interested in learning more about this intriguing area.

Noncommutative Localization In Algebra And Topology

Author: Andrew Ranicki
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521681605
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Noncommutative localization is a powerful algebraic technique for constructing new rings by inverting elements, matrices and more generally morphisms of modules. Originally conceived by algebraists (notably P. M. Cohn), it is now an important tool not only in pure algebra but also in the topology of non-simply-connected spaces, algebraic geometry and noncommutative geometry. This volume consists of 9 articles on noncommutative localization in algebra and topology by J. A. Beachy, P. M. Cohn, W. G. Dwyer, P. A. Linnell, A. Neeman, A. A. Ranicki, H. Reich, D. Sheiham and Z. Skoda. The articles include basic definitions, surveys, historical background and applications, as well as presenting new results. The book is an introduction to the subject, an account of the state of the art, and also provides many references for further material. It is suitable for graduate students and more advanced researchers in both algebra and topology.

Introduction To M Bius Differential Geometry

Author: Udo Hertrich-Jeromin
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521535694
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An introduction, at a basic level, to the conformal differential geometry of surfaces and submanifolds is given. That is, the book discusses those aspects of the geometry of surfaces that does only refer to an angle measurement but not to a length measurement. Different methods (models) to think about their geometry as well as to do computations are presented. Various applications to areas of current research interest are discussed, including discrete net theory and certain relations between differential geometry and integrable systems theory.

Recent Developments In Algebra And Related Areas

Author: Chongying Dong
Publisher: International Pressof Boston Incorporated
ISBN: 9781571461353
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This volume contains fifteen articles presented at the International Conference on Algebra and Related Areas held at Tsinghua University, Beijing, in August 2007. Some are surveys and others are research papers on topics including: algebraic geometry, combinatorics, coding theory, Lie algebras, representation theory of finite groups and algebraic groups, and vertex operator algebras, with their applications. This volume is intended for researchers and graduate students in algebra and related areas.

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