Complex Algebraic Curves by Frances Kirwan

By Frances Kirwan

"This improvement of the speculation of advanced algebraic curves used to be one of many peaks of 19th century arithmetic. they've got many desirable houses and come up in quite a few parts of arithmetic, from quantity thought to theoretical physics, and are the topic of a lot learn. through the use of merely the fundamental strategies obtained in such a lot undergraduate classes in arithmetic, Dr. Kirwan introduces the speculation, observes the algebraic and topological houses of advanced algebraic curves, and exhibits how they're with regards to complicated analysis."

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