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  1. Number Theory: Algebraic Numbers and Functions (Graduate Studies in Mathematics) by Helmut Koch, 2000-06-06
  2. A Course in Algebraic Number Theory (Dover Books on Mathematics) by Robert B. Ash, 2010-06-17
  3. A Brief Guide to Algebraic Number Theory by H. P. F. Swinnerton-Dyer, Peter Swinnerton-Dyer, 2001-07-15
  4. Algebraic Number Theory by H. Koch, 1997-10-16
  5. Problems in Algebraic Number Theory (Graduate Texts in Mathematics) by M. Ram Murty, Jody (Indigo) Esmonde, 2010-11-02
  6. Number Theory II: Algebraic Number Theory (Encyclopaedia of Mathematical Sciences) by A. N. Parshin, 1992-10
  7. Algorithmic Algebraic Number Theory (Encyclopedia of Mathematics and its Applications) by M. Pohst, H. Zassenhaus, 1997-11-13
  8. Algebraic Number Theory (Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications) by Richard A. Mollin, 1999-03-16
  9. Computational Problems, Methods, and Results in Algebraic Number Theory (Lecture Notes in Mathematics) (Volume 0) by H. G. Zimmer, 1972-06-20
  10. Algebraic Number Theory and Code Design for Rayleigh Fading Channels (Foundations and Trends in Communications and Information The) by F Oggier, E Viterbo, 2004-12-15
  11. Computational Algebraic Number Theory (Oberwolfach Seminars) by M.E. Pohst, 2004-02-04
  12. Algebraic Number Theory and Diophantine Analysis: Proceedings of the International Conference Held in Graz, Austria, August 30 to September 5, 1998 ([De Gruyter Proceedings in Mathematics])
  13. Algebraic Number Theory: Proceedings of an Instructional Conference Organized by the London Mathematical Society (A Nato Advanced Study Institute W)
  14. An Introduction to Algebraic Number Theory (University Series in Mathematics) by Takashi Ono, 1990-05-31

21. Jerome William Hoffman
Lecture notes by Jerome Huffman (TeX,DVI,PDF).
Jerome William Hoffman
Last Updated : September 28, 2010 Rank : Professor of Mathematics
Degree : Ph.D.- Harvard University , (advisor Heisuke Hironaka
A.B.- Princeton University
Office : 374 Lockett Hall
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1.) Over the years I have taught a variety of advanced graduate courses, including: Algebraic Geometry, Commutative Algebra, Elliptic Curves, Modular Forms, Algebraic Topology, Number Theory, Lie Groups and Lie Algebras. For the notes of a course, taken by students on local and global fields, culminating inTate's thesis, see Spring 2000 Math 7290
2.) I have also been teaching in the REU (Research Experience for Undergraduates) program for the past 5 summers. See the LSU REU link. I have mentored students in many projects, including: zeta functions and modular forms for genus 2 curves, classical invariant theory, zeta functions of graphs. Last summer we explored dessins d'enfants. See Vita for titles of projects.

22. Roland Queme Home Page
Algebraic number theory.
Roland Qume
13 Avenue du chteau d'eau
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Last update nov 07 Domains of interest in Classical Algebraic Number Theory :
Geometry of Numbers
Diophantine Approximation of algebraic numbers
Cyclotomic fields
Fermat's Last Theorem Prepublications at : math author : Roland Queme

23. Algebraic Number Theory Archives
Electronic preprint archives for mathematics research papers in algebraic number theory and arithmetic geometry.
Algebraic Number Theory Archives
Date: Wed, 8 Jan 2003 12:03:33 -0600 (CST)
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I shall no longer be managing the Algebraic Number Theory preprint archives. The web site is now frozen and is not accepting new submissions and subscriptions. Michael Zieve has kindly agreed to assume control, with the help of Greg Kuperberg, and new submissions should be directed to the new URL for the archive, Your subscription will continue, unless you choose otherwise. I thank Dan Grayson for setting up the archives and his patient help with technical issues, and Michael and Greg for volunteering to take on this work. Nigel Boston
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  • 24. Algebraic Number Theory By Serge Lang | LibraryThing
    All about Algebraic Number Theory by Serge Lang. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers

    Pushpa Publishing House. Table of contents and abstracts from vol.1 (2001).

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    Jürgen Neukirch, Algebraic Number Theory
    From the review: "The present book has as its aim to resolve a discrepancy in the textbook literature and ... to provide a comprehensive introduction to algebraic number theory which is largely based on the modern, unifying conception of (one-dimensional) arithmetic algebraic geometry. ... Despite this exacting program, the book remains an introduction to algebraic number theory for the beginner... The author discusses the classical concepts from the viewpoint of Arakelov theory.... The treatment of class field theory is ... particularly rich in illustrating complements, hints for further study, and concrete examples.... The concluding chapter VII on zeta-functions and L-series is another outstanding advantage of the present textbook.... The book is, without any doubt, the most up-to-date, systematic, and theoretically comprehensive textbook on algebraic number field theory available." W. Kleinert in: Zentralblatt für Mathematik, 1992
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    27. Math Resources
    Contains links to software, professional organizations, research institutes, teaching aids, algebra, number theory, geometry, calculus, differential equations.

    28. Learning Algebraic Number Theory
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    29. A. Baker: Lecture Notes
    Andrew Baker, University of Glasgow.
    Andrew Baker: Lecture notes
    The pdf files below contain versions of course notes that I have written over the past decade or so. I am making them available for the benefit of anyone who wishes to make use of them. Please let me know if you find them useful or otherwise and let me know of any errors (mathematical, typesetting,...) that you find. All files are formatted for A4 sized paper. If you experience problems printing these files please contact me.

    30. Algebraic Number Theory Definition Of Algebraic Number Theory In The Free Online
    algebraic number theory al jə brā ik ′nəm bər ‚thē ə rē (mathematics) The study of properties of real numbers, especially integers, using the methods of number theory

    31. Home Page Of Robert B. Ash
    Three books by Robert B. Ash (chapters in PDF) Abstract Algebra The Basic Graduate Year, A Course In Algebraic Number Theory, and A Course In Commutative Algebra.
    Robert B. Ash
    Professor Emeritus, Mathematics
    Dept. of Mathematics
    University of Illinois
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    Abstract Algebra: The Basic Graduate Year
    This is a student-oriented text covering the standard first year graduate course in algebra.
    Solutions to all problems are included and some of the reasoning is informal.
    A Course In Algebraic Number Theory
    An introduction to the subject, covering both global and local fields. The prerequisite is a standard graduate course in algebra. A Course In Commutative Algebra Commutative algebra is the theoretical foundation of algebraic geometry and algebraic number theory. Assuming as prerequisite a standard graduate algebra course, we attempt to reach an advanced level quickly and efficiently. Complex Variables Co-authored by W.P. Novinger (retired), Florida State University. This is a student-oriented text covering the standard first year graduate course in complex variables. Solutions to all problems are included.

    32. Introduction To Algebraic Number Theory
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    33. ANT --- J.S. Milne
    Algebraic Number Theory pdf file for the current version (3.02) This is a fairly standard graduate course on algebraic number theory.
    Algebraic Number Theory - J.S. Milne Top Course Notes
    Group Theory

    Fields and Galois Theory
    Modular Functions and Modular Forms

    Elliptic Curves see books.
    Abelian Varieties

    Lectures on Etale Cohomology

    Class Field Theory

    Algebraic Groups, Lie Groups, and their Arithmetic Subgroups
    ... pdf file for the current version (3.02) This is a fairly standard graduate course on algebraic number theory.
  • Preliminaries From Commutative Algebra Rings of Integers Dedekind Domains; Factorization The Finiteness of the Class Number The Unit Theorem Cyclotomic Extensions; Fermat's Last Theorem Valuations; Local Fields Global Fields
  • Prerequisites
    The algebra usually covered in a first-year graduate course, including Galois theory, group theory, and multilinear algebra. An undergraduate number theory course will also be helpful.
    v2.01; August 14, 1996; first version on the web; 144p.
    v2.10; August 31, 1998; fixed many minor errors; added exercises and index; 140p.
    v3.00; February 11, 2008; corrected; revisions and additions; 163 pages. v3.01; September 28, 2008; fixed a problem with the hyperlinks; 163 pages.

    34. Jim Loy's Mathematics Page
    Articles on geometry, algebra, number theory, and many other branches of mathematics.
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    Jim Loy's Mathematics Page
    Participate in The Most Pleasing Rectangle Web Poll which recently moved to "He must be a 'practical' man who can see no poetry in mathematics." - W. F. White. Dedicated to the memory of Isaac Asimov. See the top of my Science pages for comments on Dr. Asimov. My Mathematics Pages were described briefly in the Math Forum Internet News No. 5.48 (27 November 2000) My Mathematics Pages were listed on ENC Online's Digital Dozen for Sep. 2003, as one of the most educational sites on the WWW. ENC is the Eisenhower National Clearinghouse, and is concerned with science and mathematics education. My theorem: There are no uninteresting numbers. Assume that there are. Then there is a lowest uninteresting number. That would make that number very interesting. Which is a contradiction. A number of readers have objected that "numbers" in the above theorem should be "natural numbers" (non-negative integers). My reply to one reader was this: Yes, but I wanted to keep it simple and quotable. And the proof that all numbers are interesting should not be boring. From natural numbers, it can be generalized to rationals, as fractions with interesting numerators and denominators are obviously interesting. And what could be more interesting than an irrational that cannot be formed from any finite combination of rationals? I see that David Wells' book

    35. Algebraic Number Theory Archives - Front For The Mathematics ArXiv Algebraic Number Theory (Grundlehren der 3 reviews - $134.32 - in stock

    36. The Math Forum - Math Library - Algebraic Num. Th.
    A course in algebraic number theory download course information, notes, problem sets, and exams, or background information on rings and ideals, in DVI format.
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  • Algebraic Number Theory: Global Fields - Dave Rusin; The Mathematical Atlas
    A short article designed to provide an introduction to algebraic number theory. Subcategories include rings of algebraic integers, quadratic extensions, Iwasawa theory, Galois theory, Langlands-Weil conjectures, density theorems, Adele rings and groups, class groups and Picard groups of orders, and many more. History; applications and related fields and subfields; textbooks, reference works, and tutorials; software and tables; other web sites with this focus. more>>
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  • Algebraic Number Theory Archives - Boston, Grayson
    Preprints about algebraic number theory and arithmetic geometry are accepted in electronic form for storage until publication. There are instructions for authors who wish to submit preprints to the archives and for for joining the mailing list (members ...more>>
  • Algebra Through Problem Solving - Hillman, Alexanderson
  • 37. Introductory Algebraic Number Theory By Saban Alaca - Powell's Books
    Powell's Books is the largest independent used and new bookstore in the world. We carry an extensive collection of out of print rare, and technical titles as well as many other

    38. Courses
    Course Notes by Ivan Fesenko, University of Nottingham. PS, PDF.
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  • Introduction to number theory - ps file (495K)
  • Introduction to number theory - pdf file (242K) This is a first course in number theory. It includes p-adic numbers.
  • Commutative algebra - ps file (381K)
  • Commutative algebra - pdf file (202K) This course is an introduction to modules over rings, Noetherian modules, unique factorization domains and polynomial rings over them, modules over principal ideal domains, localization.
  • Introduction to algebraic number theory - ps file (432K)
  • Introduction to algebraic number theory - pdf file (193K) This course (40 hours) is a relatively elementary course which requires minimal prerequisites from Commutative Algebra (see above) for its understanding. Following an algebraic prerequisited review part, integral structures, Dedekind rings, splitting of maximal ideals in field extensions, finiteness of the ideal class group and Dirichlet's theorem on units are treated next, p-adic numbers and class field theory for the field of rational numbers are introduced in the last part of the course.
  • Homological algebra - ps file (479K)
  • Homological algebra - pdf file (228K) This is a very short introduction to homological algebra This course (25 hours) presents categories, functors, chain complexes, homologies, free, projective and injective obejcts in the category of modules over a ring, projective and injective resolutions, derived functors, Tor and Ext, cohomologies of modules over a finite group, restriction and corestriction.
  • 39. Explicit Algebraic Number Theory
    Lorentz Center, Leiden, the Netherlands; 23 September 2 October 2002.
    September 23 - October 2, 2002
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      The title Explicit algebraic number theory is borrowed from the series of Oberwolfach meetings on Explicit methods in number theory . Those meetings are characterized by a lively interaction between abstract and advanced arithmetic theories on the one hand and concrete and elementary questions on the other. The spirit of the present workshop, which consists of 4 instructional days and 4 days of talks by (invited) participants, is similar, but within the smaller compass of algebraic number theory.
    Instructional part
      The instructional part emphasizes problems that are inspired by questions from other areas of mathematics, including elementary and algorithmic number theory, arithmetic algebraic geometry, and computer algebra. The advanced techniques from algebraic number theory that apply to these problems include class field theory, infinite Galois theory, and the theory of quadratic forms. The purpose of this part is to impart a working knowledge of these theories to the participants, to provide ample illustrations of their use, and to formulate several open problems that may be approachable by means of the same techniques. Prerequisites : basic algebra, number theory, and point set topology, including Galois theory, algebraic number theory and a knowledge of p-adic numbers.

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