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Lectures on Algebraic Groups

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Lectures on Algebraic Groups
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Publisher: University of Oregon
Number of pages: 166

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Contents: General Algebra; Commutative Algebra; Affine and Projective Algebraic Sets; Varieties; Morphisms; Tangent spaces; Complete Varieties; Basic Concepts; Lie algebra of an algebraic group; Quotients; Semisimple and unipotent elements; Characteristic 0 theory; Semisimple Lie algebras; The Chevalley construction; Borel subgroups and flag varieties; The classification of reductive algebraic groups.

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