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Polynomials and the Steenrod Algebra

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Polynomials and the Steenrod Algebra
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Publisher: University of Manchester
Number of pages: 121

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This book investigates the Steenrod algebra A2 over the field of two elements F2 in a purely algebraic context by its action on the polynomial algebra P(n) in n variables over F2 and treats the hit problem of finding the irreducibles of this action as a recurrent theme throughout. The reader is expected to have a basic knowledge of algebra.

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