Lectures on the Theory of Algebraic Functions of One Variable
by M. Deuring
Publisher: Tata Institute of Fundamental Research 1959
Number of pages: 154
We shall be dealing in these lectures with the algebraic aspects of the theory of algebraic functions of one variable. Since an algebraic function w(z) is defined implicitly by an equation of the form f(z,w)=0, where f is a polynomial, it is understandable that the study of such functions should be possible by algebraic methods.
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