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Book DetailsCollected WorksVolume: 16; 2001; 583 ppMSC: Primary 01; 16;
A lead figure in twentieth century noncommutative algebra, S. A. Amitsur's contributions are wideranging and enduring. This volume collects almost all of his work. The papers are organized into broad topic areas: general ring theory, rings satisfying a polynomial identity, combinatorial polynomial identity theory, and division algebras. Included are essays by the editors on Amitsur's work in these four areas and a biography of Amitsur written by A. Mann. This volume makes a fine addition to any mathematics book collection.
ReadershipGraduate students and research mathematicians interested in ring theory, combinatorial algebra, and number theory.
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Although written during half a century, even now the papers in the two volumes are a delight to read, combining brilliant new ideas with fresh insights into the work of others.
Mathematical Reviews 
These volumes are a collection of short and very readable papers, which many working algebraists will want to own; they should certainly form part of every mathematics library.
Zentralblatt MATH


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A lead figure in twentieth century noncommutative algebra, S. A. Amitsur's contributions are wideranging and enduring. This volume collects almost all of his work. The papers are organized into broad topic areas: general ring theory, rings satisfying a polynomial identity, combinatorial polynomial identity theory, and division algebras. Included are essays by the editors on Amitsur's work in these four areas and a biography of Amitsur written by A. Mann. This volume makes a fine addition to any mathematics book collection.
Graduate students and research mathematicians interested in ring theory, combinatorial algebra, and number theory.

Although written during half a century, even now the papers in the two volumes are a delight to read, combining brilliant new ideas with fresh insights into the work of others.
Mathematical Reviews 
These volumes are a collection of short and very readable papers, which many working algebraists will want to own; they should certainly form part of every mathematics library.
Zentralblatt MATH