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A Course In Commutative Algebra

A Course In Commutative Algebra
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Publisher: University of Illinois

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This is a text for a basic course in commutative algebra, it should be accessible to those who have studied algebra at the beginning graduate level. The book should help the student reach an advanced level as quickly and efficiently as possible.

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