By Peter Hilton, Yel-Chiang Wu
This vintage paintings is now to be had in an unabridged paperback version. Hilton and Wu's special approach brings the reader from the weather of linear algebra earlier the frontier of homological algebra. They describe a couple of assorted algebraic domain names, then emphasize the similarities and modifications among them, utilizing the terminology of different types and functors. Exposition starts with set idea and team conception, and maintains with insurance different types, functors, average adjustments, and duality, and closes with dialogue of the 2 such a lot primary derived functors of homological algebra, Ext and Tor.
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