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by Paul Bland

The Basics of Abstract Algebra download ebook
ISBN:
0716742292
ISBN13:
978-0716742296
Author:
Paul Bland
Publisher:
W. H. Freeman (August 1, 2001)
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Pages:
640 pages
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1891 kb
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1181 kb
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Rating:
4.8

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Start reading Basic Abstract Algebra on your Kindle in under a minute. The second part of the book deals with commutative algebra, algebraic number theory, algebraic geometry and homological algebra - areas where it's very hard to find intuitive explanations in the literature, since books on those subjects tend to assume (quite reasonably) the reader has a solid background in abstract algebra. Unfortunately, that means that examples and intuitive explanations are drastically reduced, sometimes to none at all. That makes this book even more attractive.

Contemporary Abstract Algebra 7/e provides a solid introduction to the traditional topics in abstract algebra . It's a unique book that covers the basics of group theory, ring theory, and even a tiny bit of Galois Theory, but it does it almost entirely through problems.

Contemporary Abstract Algebra 7/e provides a solid introduction to the traditional topics in abstract algebra while conveying to students that it is a contemporary subject used daily by working mathematicians, computer scientists, physicists, and chemists.

abstract algebra charles pinter. Once, when I was a student struggling to understand modern algebra, I was told to view this subject as an intellectual chess game, with conventional moves and prescribed rules of play. I was ill serverd by this bit of extremporaneous advice, and vowed never to perpetuate the falsehood that mathematics is purely-or primarily-a formalism. My pledge has strongly influnced the shape and style of this book.

The development of abstract algebra was propelled by the need for new tools to address certain classical problems .

The development of abstract algebra was propelled by the need for new tools to address certain classical problems that appeared unsolvable by classical means. A major theme of the approach in this book is to show how abstract algebra has arisen in attempts to solve some of these classical problems, providing context from which the reader may gain a deeper appreciation of the mathematics involved. Key features: Begins with an overview of classical algebra. Contains separate chapters on aspects of the development of groups, rings, and fields

It reads like a novel and covers the basics of abstract algebra pretty thoroughly.

It reads like a novel and covers the basics of abstract algebra pretty thoroughly. Additionally, each chapter includes exercises with selected solutions in the back (many books by Dover have problems with no solutions or no problems at all). k views · View 2 Upvoters.

Starting with familiar concepts, this text introduces groups, rings, integral domains and fields to provide a better overview of basic structures. Historical notes provide background and there is a wealth of examples to give context to the content. Optional technology problems are also included for students inexperienced in using a computer algebra system.
Reviews:
  • Tekasa
If you are unlucky enough to be in a mathematics course that requires this text, good luck to you. Having said that, this is a great book for abstract algebra.
  • Rollers from Abdun
This book has a well chosen depth. It has been an excellent companion through most of a two semester sequence of algebraic structures.
The author generally provides ample examples, however the book offers a nice balance between these and typically well fleshed out proofs.
The structure itself is atypical (or at least less typical), introducing rings early on in the book before groups are explored completely.
As for readability, though not flashy, the text's typography has a simple aesthetic.

If your desired book format is something less formal but still covering a significant amount of concepts from the realm of abstract algebra, I would recommend Concrete Approach to Abstract Algebra (Dover Books on Advanced Mathematics). This work is by no means simple, but a good first step for a serious but inexperienced learner (be sure to try the exercises, answers in back).
If you are looking for a book with greater content presented in a terse fashion, look into any of the classic texts.
  • Kerry
This book not only lacks clear examples and good explanations, it is the most boring textbook that I have ever read. Paul Bland is very "bland" and does not write to a math student on a clear level. He certainly does not make anyone want to learn his subject. I use the book only to do the problems recommended by my professor, and I use Joseph Gallian's "Contemporary Abstract Algebra" for my actual learning and reference.