in Urbana, Ill .
Written in English
|Other titles||Algebraic correspondences.|
|Statement||by Clarence George Schilling.|
|LC Classifications||QA601 .S3 1935|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 leaves, 7 p. ;|
|LC Control Number||35017393|
The book opens with an overview of the results required from algebra and proceeds to the fundamental concepts of the general theory of algebraic varieties: general point, dimension, function field, rational transformations, and correspondences. A concentrated chapter on formal power series with applications to algebraic varieties follows/5(3). Some Geometric Methods in Commutative Algebra, in Computational Commutative Algebra and Combinatorics (Osaka, ), Advanced Studies in Pure Math. 33 () Formally, the book consists of two parts: theoretical foundations and applications. The first part includes chapters on random variables in geometric algebra, linear estimation methods that incorporate the uncertainty of algebraic elements, and the representation of geometry in Euclidean, projective, conformal and conic space. Abstract. We introduce a new formalism and a number of new results in the context of geometric computational vision. The classical scope of the research in geometric computer vision is essentially limited to static configurations of points and lines in ℙ using some well known material from algebraic geometry, we open new branches to computational vision.
Some Geometric Methods in Commutative Algebra, in Computational Commutative Algebra and Combinatorics (Osaka, ), Advanced Studies in Pure Math. . Derived algebraic geometry is a far-reaching generalization of algebraic geometry. It has found numerous applications in various parts of mathematics, most prominently in representation theory. This volume develops the theory of ind-coherent sheaves in the context of derived algebraic geometry. 4 II. Standard algebraic tools for linear geometry: Vector Addition and scalar multiplication. The term scalar refers to a real number or variable, with properties taken for granted here. The concept of vector is defined by algebraic rules for combining vectors. In addition, geometric meaning is ascribed to vectors by depicting them as directed line. This book is intended for self-study or as a textbook for graduate students or advanced undergraduates. It presupposes some basic knowledge of point-set topology and a solid foundation in linear algebra. Otherwise, it develops all of the commutative algebra, sheaf-theory and cohomology needed to un-derstand the material.
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