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By Donald S. Passman

For readers with a uncomplicated graduate point history in algebra, those ten articles supply a readable creation to 3 significant interrelated topics of noncommutative algebra. The subject matter is the interaction among staff idea and ring concept, dealing in particular with team earrings, crossed items, and the Galois idea of earrings. the writer has rigorously incorporated such a lot definitions, to maintain the mandatory heritage minimum. moreover, every one article incorporates a number of effects at the given subject, a constrained variety of proofs or sketches, and at the least a couple of open difficulties.

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