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Commutator Theory for Congruence Modular Varieties

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Commutator Theory for Congruence Modular Varieties
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0521348323
ISBN-13: 9780521348324
Number of pages: 174

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This book presents the basic theory of commutators in congruence modular varieties and some of its strongest applications. The authors take an algebraic approach, using some of the shortcuts that Taylor and others have discovered.

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