A Course in Constructive Algebra by Ray Mines

By Ray Mines

The confident method of arithmetic has lately loved a renaissance. This was once triggered mostly by means of the looks of Bishop's Foundations of optimistic research, but in addition via the proliferation of strong desktops, which encouraged the advance of confident algebra for implementation reasons. during this e-book, the authors current the basic constructions of recent algebra from a positive standpoint. starting with easy notions, the authors continue to regard PID's, box conception (including Galois theory), factorisation of polynomials, noetherian earrings, valuation concept, and Dedekind domain names.

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