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Noncommutative Geometry by Alain Connes

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Noncommutative Geometry
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Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN/ASIN: 012185860X
ISBN-13: 9780121858605
Number of pages: 654

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This English version of the path-breaking French book on this subject gives the definitive treatment of the revolutionary approach to measure theory, geometry, and mathematical physics developed by Alain Connes. Profusely illustrated and invitingly written, this book is ideal for anyone who wants to know what noncommutative geometry is, what it can do, or how it can be used in various areas of mathematics, quantization, and elementary particles and fields.

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