Abstract Algebra: The Basic Graduate Year
by Robert B. Ash
This is a text for the basic graduate course in abstract algebra. It covers fundamental algebraic structures (groups, rings, fields and modules), and maps between them. The text is written in conventional style, the book can be used as a classroom text or as a reference. Solutions to all problems are included in the text.
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