**Algebraic K-Theory**

by Hyman Bass

**Publisher**: W. A. Benjamin 1968**ISBN/ASIN**: B0006BVKKM**Number of pages**: 793

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The algebraic K-theory presented here is, essentially, a part of general linear algebra. It is concerned with the structure theory of projective modules, and of their automorphism groups. Thus, it is a generalization, in the most naive sense, off the theorem asserting the existence and uniqueness of bases for vector spaces, and of the group theory of the general linear group over a field.

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