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Third Siberian School: Algebra and Analysis
 
Edited by: L. A. Bokut′ Russian Academy of Sciences
M. Hazewinkel CWI
Yu. G. Reshetnyak Russian Academy of Sciences
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Electronic ISBN: 978-1-4704-3374-1
Product Code: TRANS2/163.E
188 pp 
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Third Siberian School: Algebra and Analysis
Edited by: L. A. Bokut′ Russian Academy of Sciences
M. Hazewinkel CWI
Yu. G. Reshetnyak Russian Academy of Sciences
Available Formats:
Electronic ISBN:  978-1-4704-3374-1
Product Code:  TRANS2/163.E
188 pp 
List Price: $122.00
MAA Member Price: $109.80
AMS Member Price: $97.60
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    American Mathematical Society Translations - Series 2
    Volume: 1631995
    MSC: Primary 16; 17; 18; 19; 28; 46; 52; 53; 57;

    This book contains papers presented at the Third Siberian School: Algebra and Analysis, held in Irkutsk in the summer of 1989. Drawing 130 participants from all over the former Soviet Union, the school sought to acquaint Siberian and other mathematicians with the latest achievements in a wide variety of mathematical areas and to give young researchers an opportunity to present their work. The papers presented here range over topics in algebra, analysis, geometry, and topology.

    Readership

    Research mathematicians.

  • Table of Contents
     
     
    • Cover
    • Title page
    • Copyright page
    • Contents
    • On the III Siberian School “Algebra and analysis”, Irkutsk, August 30–September 4, 1989
    • Quasiderivations in diagonal matrix algebras
    • 𝐿(²) Atiyah-Bott-Lefschetz theorem
    • Topological structure of 𝑘-saddle surfaces
    • On uniqueness of reconstruction of the form of convex and visible bodies from their projections
    • On subalgebras of maximal rank of semisimple Lie algebras
    • Algebraic principles of building mathematical structures
    • On the absence of Sullivan’s cusp finiteness theorem in higher dimensions
    • The variety of all rings has Higman’s property
    • Boolean-valued introduction to the theory of vector lattices
    • The Whitehead groups of algebraic groups and applications to some problems of algebraic group theory
    • Diffeomorphicity criteria for simply connected manifolds
    • On the 𝐾-theory of generalized fibre bundles and some of their twisted forms
    • On mappings preserving convexity
    • Affine crystallographic groups
    • Integrals with respect to vector-valued measures: Theoretical problems and applications
    • Generalized derivations of algebras
    • Back Cover
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Volume: 1631995
MSC: Primary 16; 17; 18; 19; 28; 46; 52; 53; 57;

This book contains papers presented at the Third Siberian School: Algebra and Analysis, held in Irkutsk in the summer of 1989. Drawing 130 participants from all over the former Soviet Union, the school sought to acquaint Siberian and other mathematicians with the latest achievements in a wide variety of mathematical areas and to give young researchers an opportunity to present their work. The papers presented here range over topics in algebra, analysis, geometry, and topology.

Readership

Research mathematicians.

  • Cover
  • Title page
  • Copyright page
  • Contents
  • On the III Siberian School “Algebra and analysis”, Irkutsk, August 30–September 4, 1989
  • Quasiderivations in diagonal matrix algebras
  • 𝐿(²) Atiyah-Bott-Lefschetz theorem
  • Topological structure of 𝑘-saddle surfaces
  • On uniqueness of reconstruction of the form of convex and visible bodies from their projections
  • On subalgebras of maximal rank of semisimple Lie algebras
  • Algebraic principles of building mathematical structures
  • On the absence of Sullivan’s cusp finiteness theorem in higher dimensions
  • The variety of all rings has Higman’s property
  • Boolean-valued introduction to the theory of vector lattices
  • The Whitehead groups of algebraic groups and applications to some problems of algebraic group theory
  • Diffeomorphicity criteria for simply connected manifolds
  • On the 𝐾-theory of generalized fibre bundles and some of their twisted forms
  • On mappings preserving convexity
  • Affine crystallographic groups
  • Integrals with respect to vector-valued measures: Theoretical problems and applications
  • Generalized derivations of algebras
  • Back Cover
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