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Plane algebraic curves

Harold Hilton

Plane algebraic curves

by Harold Hilton

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Published by The Clarendon press in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Curves, Algebraic

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Harold Hilton ...
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA565 .H5
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, [1], 388 p.
    Number of Pages388
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6634115M
    LC Control Number21007573

    Here is an introduction to plane algebraic curves from a geometric viewpoint, designed as a first text for undergraduates in mathematics, or for postgraduate and research workers in the engineering and physical sciences. The book is well illustrated and contains several hundred worked examples and 5/5(2). The study of the zeroes of polynomials, which for one variable is essentially algebraic, becomes a geometric theory for several variables. In this book, Fischer looks at the classic entry point to the subject: plane algebraic curves. Here one quickly sees the mix of algebra and geometry, as well as analysis and topology, that is typical of complex algebraic geometry, but without the need for.

      * Employs proven conception of teaching topics in commutative algebra through a focus on their applications to algebraic geometry, a significant departure from other works on plane algebraic curves in which the topological-analytic aspects are stressed *Requires only a basic knowledge of algebra, with all necessary algebraic facts collected into several appendices * Studies algebraic curves 5/5(2). The book's final chapters focus more on the geometric properties of algebraic curves and conclude with a foray into the topic of Riemann surfaces. A Guide to Plane Algebraic Curves is an accessible and well-written book that anyone with an interest in this beautiful subject will surely appreciate and find useful Marc Michael, Mathematics Teacher.

    Plane Algebraic Curves About this Title. Gerd Fischer, Heinrich-Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf, ated by Leslie Kay. Publication: The Student Mathematical Library Publication Year Volume 15 ISBNs: (print); (online). Equivalently, an algebraic curve is an algebraic variety that is birationally equivalent to an algebraic plane curve. If the curve is contained in an affine space or a projective space, one can take a projection for such a birational equivalence.


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Plane algebraic curves by Harold Hilton Download PDF EPUB FB2

In this book, Fischer looks at the classic entry point to the subject: plane algebraic curves. Here one quickly sees the mix of algebra and geometry, as well as analysis and topology, that is typical of complex algebraic geometry, but without the need for advanced techniques from commutative algebra or the abstract machinery of sheaves and by: Analytic geometry imposes a hierarchy on algebraic curves according to the degree of their equation.

The pivotal case is the cubics. Newton carried out an algebraic classification of cubics into 72 cases, but he also noted that any cubic could be obtained from 5/5(1).

Arising from notes for a course given at the University of Bonn in Germany, “Plane Algebraic Curves” reflects the author’s concern for the student audience through emphasis upon motivation, development of imagination, and understanding of basic ideas.5/5(1).

to go from here would be Bix's Conics and cubics: a concrete introduction to algebraic curves, which is the next easiest book on the subject matter. (There are several other books between Bix and the suggestions of Primrose in difficulty published in the intervening 60 years).5/5(1).

This work treats an introduction to commutative ring theory and algebraic plane curves, requiring of the student only a basic knowledge of algebra, with all of the algebraic facts collected into several appendices that can be easily referred to, as by: Book Description This book introduces the contemporary notions of algebraic varieties, morphisms of varieties, and adeles to the classical subject of plane curves over algebraically closed fields.

It is useful for advanced undergraduate and beginning graduate students in mathematics. About this book In a detailed and comprehensive introduction to the theory of plane algebraic curves, the authors examine this classical area of mathematics that both figured prominently in ancient Greek studies and remains a source of inspiration and a topic of research to this day.

Kunz's proven conception of teaching topics in commutative algebra together with their applications to algebraic geometry makes this book significantly different from others on plane algebraic curves. The exposition focuses on the purely algebraic aspects of plane curve theory, leaving the topological and analytical viewpoints in the background Brand: Birkhäuser Basel.

Plane Algebraic Curves Gerd Fischer From a review of the German edition: "The present book provides a completely self-contained introduction to complex plane curves from the traditional algebraic-analytic viewpoint.

Introduction to Plane Algebraic Curves | Ernst Kunz | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. In this book, Fischer looks at the classic entry point to the subject: plane algebraic curves.

Here one quickly sees the mix of algebra and geometry, as well as analysis and topology, that is typical of complex algebraic geometry, but without the need for advanced techniques from commutative algebra or the abstract machinery of sheaves and schemes.

In this book, Fischer looks at the classic entry point to the subject: plane algebraic curves. Here one quickly sees the mix of algebra and geometry, as well as analysis and topology, that is typical of complex algebraic geometry, but without the need for advanced techniques from commutative algebra or the abstract machinery of sheaves and schemes.

Plane Algebraic Curves: Translated by John Stillwell Egbert Brieskorn, Horst Knörrer (auth.) In a detailed and comprehensive introduction to the theory of plane algebraic curves, the authors examine this classical area of mathematics that both figured prominently in ancient Greek studies and remains a source of inspiration and a topic of.

The intersection number of two plane curves at a point is characterized by its properties, and a definition in terms of a certain residue class ring of a local ring is shown to have these properties. Bézout’s Theorem and Max Noether’s Fundamen- tal Theorem are the subject of Chapter Size: KB.

In a detailed and comprehensive introduction to the theory of plane algebraic curves, the authors examine this classical area of mathematics that both figured prominently in ancient Greek studies and remains a source of inspiration and topic of research to this day. This work treats an introduction to commutative ring theory and algebraic plane curves, requiring of the student only a basic knowledge of algebra, with all of the algebraic facts collected into several appendices that can be easily referred to, as needed.

Algebraic Geometry *immediately available upon purchase as print book shipments may be delayed due to the COVID crisis. ebook access is temporary and does not include ownership of the ebook. Only valid for books with an ebook version. Plane Algebraic Curves | Harold Hilton | download | B–OK. Download books for free.

Find books. A good classical book is Walker, Algebraic curves, Princeton, A more modern one on the same elementary level is Gerd Fischer, Plane algebraic curves, AMS, Both books a small and elementary, ideal for the first introduction. Internet Archive BookReader Plane algebraic curves.

Plane algebraic curves Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Follow the "All Files: HTTP" link in the "View the book" box to the left to find XML files that contain more metadata about the original images and the derived formats (OCR results, PDF etc.).Pages:   In a detailed and comprehensive introduction to the theory of plane algebraic curves, the authors examine this classical area of mathematics that both figured prominently in ancient Greek studies and remains a source of inspiration and a topic of research to this day.

Arising from notes for a course given at the University of Bonn in Germany, “Plane Algebraic Curves” reflects the authorsʼ.Plane Algebraic Curves by Gerd Fischer Student Mathematical Library, Vol Lecture Outlines by L.

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