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Differential Algebraic Groups of Finite Dimension (Lecture Notes in Mathematics) epub ebook

by Alexandru Buium

Differential Algebraic Groups of Finite Dimension (Lecture Notes in Mathematics) epub ebook

Author: Alexandru Buium
Category: Mathematics
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; 1992 edition (March 25, 1992)
Pages: 147 pages
ISBN: 3540551816
ISBN13: 978-3540551812
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Lecture Notes in Mathematics. Differential Algebraic Groups of Finite Dimension.

Lecture Notes in Mathematics. Authors: Buium, Alexandru. Differential algebraic groups were introduced by P. Cassidy and E. Kolchin and are, roughly speaking, groups defined by algebraic differential equations in the same way as algebraic groups are groups defined by algebraic equations. The aim of the book is two-fold: 1) the provide an algebraic geometer's introduction to differential algebraic groups and 2) to provide a structure and classification theory for the finite dimensional ones.

Differential algebraic groups were introduced by P. Cassidyand E. Kolchin and are, roughly speaking, groups defined byalgebraic differential equations in the same way asalgebraic groups are groups defined by algebraic equations

Differential algebraic groups were introduced by P. Kolchin and are, roughly speaking, groups defined byalgebraic differential equations in the same way asalgebraic groups are groups defined by algebraic equations. The aim of the book is two-fold: 1) the provide an algebraicgeometer's introduction to differential algebraic groups and2) to provide a structure and classification theory for thefinite dimensional ones.

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Differential Algebraic Groups of Finite Dimension Alexandru Buium Springer 9783540551812 : This text aims to provide an introduction to differential algebraic groups, and to supply a structure. 1992 Серия: Lecture Notes in Mathematics Язык: ENG Размер: 2. 9 x 1. 0 x . 9 cm Основная тема: Mathematics Рейтинг: Поставляется из: Германии Описание: This text aims to provide an introduction to differential algebraic groups, and to supply a structure and classification theory for the finite dimensional ones. .Series: Lecture Notes in Mathematics 1506. ЩШ 1506 Alexandra Buium Differential Algebraic Groups of Finite Dimension.

This document is a collection of short lecture notes written for the course The Finite Element Method (SF2561), at KTH, Royal Institute of Technology during Fall 2013. The second work is written in a more theoretical fashion, providing to the Finite Element method in the rst six Chapters which is suitable for a student with a good background in Mathematics. Section 2 about Ritz’s method is based on the lecture notes and Section . on the description of the Stokes problem in. Kolchin and are, roughly speaking, groups defined byalgebraic differential . Series: Lecture Notes in Mathematics (No. 1506). Author: Alexandru Buium. The aim of the book is two-fold: 1) the provide an algebraic geometer's introduction to differential algebraic groups and 2) to provide a structure and classification theory for the finite dimensional ones

Differential algebraic groups were introduced by P. Cassidy and E. Kolchin and are, roughly speaking, groups defined by algebraic differential equations in the same way as algebraic groups are groups defined by algebraic equations. The aim of the book is two-fold: 1) the provide an algebraic geometer's introduction to differential algebraic groups and 2) to provide a structure and classification theory for the finite dimensional ones. The main idea of the approach is to relate this topic to the study of: a) deformations of (not necessarily linear) algebraic groups and b) deformations of their automorphisms. The reader is assumed to possesssome standard knowledge of algebraic geometry but no familiarity with Kolchin's work is necessary. The book is both a research monograph and an introduction to a new topic and thus will be of interest to a wide audience ranging from researchers to graduate students.
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