**An Introduction to D-Modules**

by Jean-Pierre Schneiders

**Publisher**: Universite de Liege 1991**Number of pages**: 73

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The purpose of these notes is to introduce the reader to the algebraic theory of systems of partial differential equations on a complex analytic manifold. We start by explaining how to switch from the classical point of view to the point of view of algebraic analysis. Then, we perform a detailed study of the ring of differential operators and its modules.

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