An Introduction to the Algebra of Quantics
by E.B. Elliott
Publisher: The Clarendon Press 1913
Number of pages: 444
The primary object of this book is that of explaining with all the clearness at my command the leading principles of invariant algebra, in the hope of making it evident to the junior student that the subject is attractive as well as important, and that its early difficulties are only such as he can readily surmount.
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