An Invitation to Arithmetic Geometry
Lorenzini brings out the deep analogies between number theory, commutative algebra, and algebraic geometry. An Invitation to Arithmetic Geometry is designed to emphasize the interconnection between the two fields of mathematics. It presents in a unified manner the basic tools and concepts of number theory and algebraic geometry. Containing many worked-out examples and suggested exercises, the work was written as a textbook for a year-long introduction to arithmetic geometry.
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Zentralblatt MATH Database 1931 – 2008 0847.14013
An invitation to arithmetic geometry. (English). Graduate Studies in Mathematics. 9. Providence, RI: American Mathematical Society. (AMS). xv, 397 p. ...
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Publications of Continuing Interest, Volume 48, Number 1
An Invitation to Arithmetic Geometry. Dino Lorenzini, University of Georgia, Athens. Extremely carefully written, masterfully thought out, and skillfully ...
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8) An Invitation to Arithmetic Geometry. Lorenzini. AMS. I also like delving into the 2nd edition of Clemens' "A Scrapbook of Complex Curve Theory." ...
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An invitation to arithmetic geometry. Dino Lorenzini. Providence, ri : American Mathematical Society, ©1996. xv, 397 págs. : il ; 27 cm. ...
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