by Leonard Evens
Publisher: Northwestern University 1999
Number of pages: 160
Contents: Groups; Group actions on sets; Normal series; Ring theory; Modules; Hom and tensor; Field theory; Galois theory; Applications of Galois theory; Infinite extensions; Categories; Multilinear algebra; More ring theory; Localization; Integral extensions; Noncommutative rings; Simple rings.
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