Advanced Modern Algebra
This book's organizing principle is the interplay between groups and rings, where rings includes the ideas of modules. It contains basic definitions, complete and clear theorems (the first with brief sketches of proofs), and gives attention to the topics of algebraic geometry, computers, homology, and representations ... Chapter topics include groups; commutative rings; modules; principal ideal domains; algebras; cohomology and representations; and homological algebra.-http://www.bn.com This book can be used as a text for the first year of graduate algebra, but it is much mor than that. It can also serve more advanced graduate students wishing to learn topics on their own.-Pref.
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