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The CRing Project: a collaborative open source textbook on commutative algebra

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The CRing Project: a collaborative open source textbook on commutative algebra
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Publisher: CRing Project
Number of pages: 493

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The CRing project is an open source textbook on commutative algebra, aiming to comprehensively cover the foundations needed for algebraic geometry at the level of EGA or SGA. It is a work in progress. The present project aims at producing a work suitable for a beginning undergraduate with a background in elementary abstract algebra.

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