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Commutative Algebra by Jacob Lurie, Akhil Mathew

Small book cover: Commutative Algebra

Commutative Algebra
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Publisher: Harvard University
Number of pages: 172

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Topics: Unique factorization; Basic definitions; Rings of holomorphic functions; R-modules; Ideals; Localization; SpecR and the Zariski topology; The ideal class group; Dedekind domains; Hom and the tensor product; Exactness; Projective modules; Right-exactness of the tensor product; Flatness; Discrete valuation rings; The adjoint property; etc.

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