Michael Artin is the author of books: Algebra, Algebraic Spaces, Geometry: Papers Dedicated To I. R. Shafarevich On The Occasion Of His Sixtieth Birthday, Vol. 2, Theorie Des Topos Et Cohomologie Etale Des Schemas. Seminaire de Geometrie Algebrique Du Bois-Marie 1963-1964 (Sga 4): Tome 1, Arithmetic And Geometry: Papers Dedicated To I.R. Shafarevich On The Occasion Of His Sixtieth Birthday: Arithmetic, Algebra, Duration and Change, Arithmetic and Geometry: Papers Dedicated to I.R. Shafarevich on the Occasion of His Sixtieth Birthday Volume I Arithmetic, Duration and Change: Fifty Years at Oberwolfach, Oscar Zariski: Collected Papers, Vol. 3: Topology of Curves and Surfaces, and Special Topics in the Theory of Algebraic Varieties

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Theorie Des Topos Et Cohomologie Etale Des Schemas. Seminaire de Geometrie Algebrique Du Bois-Marie 1963-1964 (Sga 4): Tome 1

Seminaire dirige par M. Artin, A. Grothendieck, J.L. Verdier avec la collaboratin de N. Bourbaki, P. Deligne, B. Saint-Donat.

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This title is part of the Pearson Modern Classics series. Pearson Modern Classics are acclaimed titles at a value price. Please visit www.pearsonhighered.com/math-classics... for a complete list of titles.

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A volume containing original essays from quite diverse fields in mathematics is something of a rarity, especially if renowned scientists show the width of their discipline to the reader. This book is just such a rarity - a veritable gem. It was written to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the mathematical research institute at Oberwolfach. The articles span a range of topics from general reflections on the place of mathematics in contemporary culture to essays dealing with aspects of algebra, analysis, geometry, coding theory, scientific computing and topology. All essays are interrelated, proving the old rule that you can divide and still conquer. A book in which every mathematician or scientist interested in mathematics will find something to take their fancy.

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A volume containing original essays from quite diverse fields in mathematics is something of a rarity, especially if renowned scientists show the width of their discipline to the reader. This book is just such a rarity - a veritable gem. It was written to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the mathematical research institute at Oberwolfach. The articles span a range of topics from general reflections on the place of mathematics in contemporary culture to essays dealing with aspects of algebra, analysis, geometry, coding theory, scientific computing and topology. All essays are interrelated, proving the old rule that you can divide and still conquer. A book in which every mathematician or scientist interested in mathematics will find something to take their fancy.