By Boris Zilber
This publication offers equipment and effects from the idea of Zariski constructions and discusses their functions in geometry in addition to a number of different mathematical fields. Its logical strategy is helping us comprehend why algebraic geometry is so basic all through arithmetic and why the extension to noncommutative geometry, which has been compelled by means of contemporary advancements in quantum physics, is either traditional and helpful. starting with a crash path in version conception, this ebook will swimsuit not just version theorists but additionally readers with a extra classical geometric history.
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