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Introduction to Algebraic Number Theory

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Introduction to Algebraic Number Theory
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Publisher: University of Washington
Number of pages: 140

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Topics in this book: Rings of integers of number fields; Unique factorization of ideals in Dedekind domains; Structure of the group of units of the ring of integers; Finiteness of the group of equivalence classes of ideals of the ring of integers; Decomposition and inertia groups, Frobenius elements; Ramification; Discriminant and different; Quadratic and biquadratic fields; etc.

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