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The Algebraic Theory of Modular Systems

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The Algebraic Theory of Modular Systems
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0521455626
Number of pages: 140

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Many of the ideas introduced by F.S. Macaulay in this classic book have developed into central concepts in what has become the branch of mathematics known as Commutative Algebra. Today his name is remembered through the term 'Cohen-Macaulay ring'.

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