Aspects of Galois Theory
Cambridge University Press, Jul 29, 1999 - Mathematics - 282 pages
Galois theory is a central part of algebra, dealing with symmetries between solutions of algebraic equations in one variable. This is a collection of papers from the participants of a conference on Galois Theory, and brings together articles from some of the world's leading experts in this field including. Topics center around the Inverse Galois Problem, comprising the full range of methods and approaches in this area, making this an invaluable resource for all those whose research involves Galois theory.
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