Selected Topics in Algebra: And Its Interrelations with Logic, Number Theory and Algebraic Geometry
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Methods of Logic and Algorithmic Methods
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Abelian algebra algorithm applying arbitrary associated assume axiom basis belongs Boole algebra called canonical closed coefficients commutative complete concept Consequently consider consisting constructive containing COROLLARY corresponding curve defined DEFINITION denote diagram direct effective element elementary Example exists extension fact fibre field finite following conditions formal system formula function functor given hand hence homomorphism induced injection integer introduce isomorphism lattice least Lemma machine mathematical morphism natural object obtained obviously particular polynomial prime ideal primitive problem projective Proof PROPOSITION prove quadratic module quotient rational real numbers recursive relation Remark respect ring root satisfying sequence sheaf solution Spec Spec(A structure subobject subset sufficient symbol theorem theory topological space topology topos unique usual valuation vector yields zero