Higher Geometry: an introduction to advanced methods in analytic geometry
by Frederick S. Woods
Publisher: Ginn & Co. 1922
Number of pages: 450
The present book aims to present some of the general concepts and methods which are necessary for advanced work in algebraic geometry (as distinguished from differential geometry), but which are not now accessible to the student in any one volume, and thus to bridge the gap between the usual text in analytic geometry and treatises or articles on special topics.
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