Algebraic Geometry

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By Oscar Zariski

ISBN-10: 0387053352

ISBN-13: 9780387053356

The most goal of this e-book is to offer a very algebraic method of the Enriques¿ category of gentle projective surfaces outlined over an algebraically closed box of arbitrary attribute. This algebraic process is among the novelties of this ebook one of the different smooth textbooks dedicated to this topic. chapters on floor singularities also are incorporated. The ebook should be helpful as a textbook for a graduate direction on surfaces, for researchers or graduate scholars in algebraic geometry, in addition to these mathematicians operating in algebraic geometry or similar fields"

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