| Sarah Glaz - Mathematics - 1989 - 347 pages
This book provides the first extensive and systematic treatment of the theory of commutative coherent rings. It blends, and provides a link, between the two sometimes disjoint ... | |
| David F. Anderson, David Dobbs - Mathematics - 1995 - 400 pages
This work presents advances in zero-dimensional commutative rings and commutative algebra. It illustrates the research frontier with 52 open problems together with comments on ... | |
| Melvin Hochster - Mathematics - 1975 - 75 pages
This volume contains expository lectures by Melvin Hochster from the CBMS Regional Conference in Mathematics held at the University of Nebraska, June 1974. The lectures deal ... | |
| J. T. Knight - Mathematics - 1971 - 128 pages
This introduction to commutative algebra gives an account of some general properties of rings and modules, with their applications to number theory and geometry. It assumes ... | |
| Robert Gilmer - Mathematics - 1984 - 380 pages
Commutative Semigroup Rings was the first exposition of the basic properties of semigroup rings. Gilmer concentrates on the interplay between semigroups and rings, thereby ... | |
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