Introduction To Algebraical Geometry
by A. Clement Jones
Publisher: Oxford University Press 1912
Number of pages: 558
The author's aim has been to produce a book suitable to the beginner who wishes to acquire a sound knowledge of the more elementary parts of the subject, and also sufficient for the candidate for a mathematical scholarship. The syllabus for Honour Moderations at Oxford has been taken as a maximum limit.
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by Masayoshi Miyanishi - Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
From the table of contents: Introduction; Geometry of the affine line (Locally nilpotent derivations, Algebraic pencils of affine lines, Flat fibrations by the affine line); Curves on an affine rational surface; Unirational surfaces; etc.
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