Vector Bundles and Complex Geometry by Oscar Garcia-Prada, Peter E. Newstead, Luis Álvarez-Cónsul,

By Oscar Garcia-Prada, Peter E. Newstead, Luis Álvarez-Cónsul, Indranil Biswas, Steven B. Bradlow, Tomás L. Gómez, Luis Alvarez-consul

This quantity features a selection of papers from the convention on Vector Bundles held at Miraflores de l. a. Sierra, Madrid, Spain on June 16-20, 2008, which commemorated S. Ramanan on his seventieth birthday. the most parts coated during this quantity are vector bundles, parabolic bundles, abelian forms, Hilbert schemes, touch constructions, index concept, Hodge thought, and geometric invariant conception. Professor Ramanan has made very important contributions in all of those parts

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Local and analytic cyclic homology by Ralf Meyer

By Ralf Meyer

Periodic cyclic homology is a homology thought for non-commutative algebras that performs the same function in non-commutative geometry as de Rham cohomology for delicate manifolds. whereas it produces stable effects for algebras of tender or polynomial services, it fails for larger algebras comparable to so much Banach algebras or C*-algebras. Analytic and native cyclic homology are variations of periodic cyclic homology that paintings higher for such algebras. during this ebook, the writer develops and compares those theories, emphasizing their homological homes. This contains the excision theorem, invariance lower than passage to convinced dense subalgebras, a common Coefficient Theorem that relates them to $K$-theory, and the Chern-Connes personality for $K$-theory and $K$-homology. The cyclic homology theories studied during this textual content require a great deal of practical research in bornological vector areas, that is provided within the first chapters. The focal issues listed below are the connection with inductive platforms and the sensible calculus in non-commutative bornological algebras. a few chapters are extra simple and autonomous of the remainder of the publication and should be of curiosity to researchers and scholars engaged on practical research and its functions.

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Finite-Dimensional Spaces: Algebra, Geometry and Analysis by Walter Noll

By Walter Noll

A. viewers. This treatise (consisting of the current VoU and of VoUI, to be released) is basically meant to be a textbook for a center direction in arithmetic on the complicated undergraduate or the start graduate point. The treatise also needs to be important as a textbook for chosen stu­ dents in honors courses on the sophomore and junior point. ultimately, it may be of use to theoretically susceptible scientists and engineers who desire to achieve a greater realizing of these elements of mathemat­ ics which are probably to aid them achieve perception into the conceptual foundations of the medical self-discipline in their curiosity. B. must haves. sooner than learning this treatise, a scholar could be acquainted with the fabric summarized in Chapters zero and 1 of Vol.1. 3 one-semester classes in critical arithmetic could be enough to achieve such fa­ miliarity. the 1st may be an advent to modern math­ ematics and will conceal units, households, mappings, kinfolk, quantity structures, and uncomplicated algebraic constructions. the second one will be an in­ troduction to rigorous actual research, facing actual numbers and genuine sequences, and with limits, continuity, differentiation, and integration of actual services of 1 genuine variable. The 3rd will be an intro­ duction to linear algebra, with emphasis on techniques instead of on computational techniques. C. Organization.

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5000 Jahre Geometrie: Geschichte, Kulturen, Menschen by Christoph J. Scriba

By Christoph J. Scriba

"Ein spannender Überblick über die Entwicklung von Konzepten und Erkenntnissen der Geometrie von der Frühgeschichte über die Antike, die Bauhüttenbücher des Mittelalters und die Renaissancezeit bis zur Gegenwart." archimedes "Die Fülle des Stoffes ist beeindruckend." Spektrum der Wissenschaften "Allen an Mathematik Interessierten ist dieses Buch sehr zu empfehlen. Ganz besonders gilt diese Empfehlung den Mathematik-Lehrerinnen und -Lehrern: Es gibt garantiert etwas, was once für Sie neu und interessant ist und wodurch Sie Anregungen für Ihren Unterricht bekommen." mathemaik.de "Ich gratuliere den Autoren herzlich zu dem großen Wurf, der Ihnen mit dem wundervollen "Geschichten"-Buch gelungen ist. Das Buch ist in der ganzen Anlage originell. Die Ausstattung empfinde ich als die eben nötige Fassung für so ein Juwel." Prof. Gunter Weiss, TU Dresden, Lehrstuhl für Geometrie

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Local analytic geometry : basic theory and applications by Theo de Jong, Gerhard Pfister

By Theo de Jong, Gerhard Pfister

In accordance with classes held on the Feza GÜrsey Institute, this choice of survey articles introduces complicated graduate scholars to a thrilling quarter at the border of arithmetic and mathematical physics. together with articles via key names equivalent to Calogero, Donagi and Mason, it gains the algebro-geometric fabric from Donagi in addition to the twistor house tools in Woodhouse's contribution, forming a bridge among the natural arithmetic and the extra actual techniques "This e-book is written for complicated undergraduate and graduate scholars and mathematicians with curiosity in algebraic and analytic geometry. From the reader it assumes easy wisdom in algebra, research, and serve as idea. it may be used for classes, seminars and as a foundation for learning study papers in algebraic and analytic geometry."--BOOK JACKET

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A New Look at Geometry by Irving Adler

By Irving Adler

This richly targeted evaluate surveys the improvement and evolution of geometrical rules and ideas from precedent days to the current. as well as the connection among actual and mathematical areas, it examines the interactions of geometry, algebra, and calculus. The textual content proves many major theorems and employs numerous very important recommendations. Chapters on non-Euclidean geometry and projective geometry shape short, self-contained treatments.
More than a hundred routines with solutions and 2 hundred diagrams light up the textual content. lecturers, scholars (particularly these majoring in arithmetic education), and mathematically minded readers will savor this impressive exploration of the position of geometry within the improvement of Western medical thought.
Introduction to the Dover version through Peter Ruane.

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