Intersection concept has performed a principal position in arithmetic, from the traditional origins of algebraic geometry within the strategies of polynomial equations to the triumphs of algebraic geometry over the past centuries. This publication develops the principles of the idea and exhibits the diversity of classical and glossy purposes. The hardcover variation bought the celebrated Steele Prize in 1996 for top exposition.
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