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Volume 2 gives an account of the principal methods used in developing a theory of algebraic varieties on n dimensions, and supplies applications of these methods to some of the more important varieties that occur in projective geometry.Read more
- Reissue of the classic work on algebraic geometry
- Subject matter is back in fashion
- Part of a 3 volume set: Hodge's Methods of Algebraic Geometry (vol 1) published 10.3.94 (PIM 2) 46900 7 £14.95 B
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'This treatise … is notable for its clarity of treatment and for the rigour of its demonstrations, and will repay careful study even in those parts which deal with matters generally considered familiar.' NatureSee more reviews
'The book is well set out, and is a pleasure to work through.' The Times Literary Supplement
'Motivations are given. Examples of significant and useful varieties are numerous. All the algebra needed is given, and, what is more, these books tell how to translate geometry into algebra, and conversely.' Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society
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- Date Published: June 1994
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9780521469012
- length: 408 pages
- dimensions: 228 x 152 x 21 mm
- weight: 0.576kg
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
Part I. Book 3: General Theory of Algebraic Varieties in Projective Space
10. Algebraic varieties
11. Algebraic correspondences
12. Intersection theory
Part II. Book 4: Quadrics and Grassmann Varieties
14. Grassmann varieties.
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