**Surveys in Noncommutative Geometry**

by Nigel Higson, John Roe

**Publisher**: American Mathematical Society 2006**ISBN/ASIN**: 0821838466**ISBN-13**: 9780821838464**Number of pages**: 208

**Description**:

The series of expository lectures intended to introduce key topics in noncommutative geometry to mathematicians unfamiliar with the subject. Topics: applications of noncommutative geometry to problems in ordinary geometry and topology, Riemann hypothesis and the possible application of the methods of noncommutative geometry in number theory, residue index theorem of Connes and Moscovici, etc.

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