Methods of Algebraic Geometry:
Cambridge University Press, May 19, 1994 - Mathematics - 408 pages
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.
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