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Introduction to Algebraic Topology and Algebraic Geometry

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Introduction to Algebraic Topology and Algebraic Geometry
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Number of pages: 138

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These notes are intended as introduction to (complex) algebraic geometry for students with an education in theoretical physics, to help them to master the basic algebraic geometric tools necessary for doing research in algebraically integrable systems and in the geometry of quantum field theory and string theory.

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