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1. Algebraic Number Theory - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Algebraic number theory is a major branch of number theory which studies algebraic structures related to algebraic integers. This is generally accomplished
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Extractions: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Algebraic number theory is a major branch of number theory which studies algebraic structures related to algebraic integers . This is generally accomplished by considering a ring of algebraic integers O in an algebraic number field K Q , and studying their algebraic properties such as factorization , the behaviour of ideals , and field extensions. In this setting, the familiar features of the integers —such as unique factorization —need not hold. The virtue of the primary machinery employed— Galois theory group cohomology group representations , and L -functions —is that it allows one to deal with new phenomena and yet partially recover the behaviour of the usual integers. One of the first properties of Z that can fail in the ring of integers O of an algebraic number field K is that of the unique factorization of integers into prime numbers . The prime numbers in Z are generalized to irreducible elements in O , and though the unique factorization of elements of O into irreducible elements may hold in some cases (such as for the Gaussian integers Z [i]), it may also fail, as in the case of

2. Algebraic Number Theory - On Opentopia, Find Out More About Algebraic Number The
Algebraic number theory is a branch of number theory in which the concept of a number is expanded to the algebraic number s which are root s of polynomial s with rational
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Extractions: Algebraic number theory is a branch of number theory in which the concept of a number is expanded to the algebraic number s which are root s of polynomial s with rational coefficients. An algebraic number field is any finite (and therefore algebraic field extension of the rational numbers. These domains contain elements analogous to the integer s, the so-called algebraic integer Galois theory group cohomology class field theory ... group representation s and L-function Many number theoretic questions are best attacked by studying them modulo p for all primes p (see finite field s). This is called localization and it leads to the construction of the p-adic number s; this field of study is called local analysis and it arises from algebraic number theory. From Wikipedia , the Free Encyclopedia. Original article here . Support Wikipedia by contributing or donating

3. Algebraic Number Theory. (Open Library)
Algebraic number theory by Jack Schwartz, 1961,New York University Institute of Mathematical Sciences edition, in English
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4. Algebraic Number Theory - Wikivisual
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Extractions: You can help Wikipedia by introducing appropriate citations. This article has been tagged since October 2006 Algebraic number theory is a branch of number theory in which the concept of a number is expanded to the algebraic numbers which are roots of polynomials with rational coefficients. An algebraic number field is any finite (and therefore algebraic field extension of the rational numbers. These domains contain elements analogous to the integers , the so-called algebraic integers . In this setting, the familiar features of the integers (e.g. unique factorization Galois theory group cohomology class field theory ... group representations and L-functions Many number theoretic questions are best attacked by studying them modulo p for all primes p (see finite fields ). This is called localization and it leads to the construction of the p -adic numbers ; this field of study is called local analysis and it arises from algebraic number theory.

5. Algebraic Number Theory | Ask.com Encyclopedia
Algebraic number theory is a major branch of number theory which studies algebraic structures related to algebraic integers. This is generally accomplished by considering a

6. Algebraic Number Theory In English - Dictionary And Translation
algebraic number theory. Dictionary terms for algebraic number theory in English, English definition for algebraic number theory, Thesaurus and Translations of algebraic number
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7. Algebraic Number Theory In - Dictionary And Translation
Algebraic Number Theory. Dictionary terms for Algebraic Number Theory, definition for Algebraic Number Theory, Thesaurus and Translations of Algebraic Number Theory to Chinese
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8. Algebraic Number Theory By Richard Mollin
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9. Algebraic Number Theory - Discussion And Encyclopedia Article. Who Is Algebraic
Algebraic number theory. Discussion about Algebraic number theory. Ecyclopedia or dictionary article about Algebraic number theory.
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10. Algebraic Number Theory OpenCourseWare: A Free Graduate Study Course By MIT On T
Jan 3, 2009 Topics in Algebraic Number Theory is a free OpenCourseWare offered by MIT. The first in a series of courses on algebraic number theory,
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Extractions: 'Topics in Algebraic Number Theory' is a free OpenCourseWare offered by MIT. The first in a series of courses on algebraic number theory, this course covers a wide... Algebraic Number Theory OpenCourseWare: A Free Graduate Study Course by MIT on the Study... Graduate Level Math and... OpenCourseWare (Graduate... Published Jan 03, 2009 RSS Feed Degree Level Free Audio Video Downloads Graduate Yes No No Yes Lectures/Notes Study Materials Tests/Quizzes No Yes Yes Professor Kiran Kedlaya's course, 'Topics in Algebraic Number Theory,' provides a solid foundation for further study of number theory. Presented as a series of 25 lectures, the course guides students through a variety of topics, including Dirichlet's units theorem, decomposition and inertia groups. Other topics covered will include algebraic valuations, basic analytic methods, ramification and basic class field theory. While covering these foundational topics, students will also employ computer algebra to complete numerical experiments using SAGE (Software for Algebra and Geometry Exploration). Numerical experimentation is the key to discovering results in number theory, explains Professor Kedlaya. Several texts are recommended, including Gerald J. Janusz's

11. MP473 2000
A course by Keith Matthews. Lecture notes (GIF slides), bibliography, web resources.
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Extractions: Web: http://www.numbertheory.org/keith.html Students are encouraged in tutorials to raise any difficulties encountered with the problem sheets and lecture material. Students should try to keep up to date with study of their lectures, so as to be able to understand subsequent lectures. They are also urged to do as many problems as possible. By doing problems, students will soon discover their strong and weak points. The lecture notes will contain enough explanations and examples to make the definitions, theorems and arguments clear. However some students will need further examples and explanations of certain points and I recommend they peruse books from the reading list below. Most of these books have lots of examples and develop the concepts in greater detail than we have time for in our short course of lectures. The course is an introduction to algebraic number theory, especially quadratic and cyclotomic fields.

12. Lecture Notes Of Advanced Courses
Lecture Notes of Advanced Courses Notes from some of my graduate courses, courtesy of Jeff Achter Algebraic Number Theory, Part I (Math 620, fall 1993) dvi file (.dvi format) or
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13. A Course In Algebraic Number Theory
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14. Algebraic Number Theory
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15. PlanetMath: Algebraic Number Theory
Mar 15, 2005 This entry is a collection of links to entries on algebraic number theory in Planetmath (therefore bound to be always under construction).
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Extractions: algebraic number theory (Topic) This entry is a collection of links to entries on algebraic number theory in Planetmath (therefore bound to be always under construction ). It is the hope of the author(s) that someday this can be used as a ``graduate text'' to learn the subject by reading the individual entries listed here. Each section contains a brief description of the concepts, which is expanded in the entries. Some of the concepts might be missing in Planetmath as of today (please consider writing an entry on them!). In order to organize the entry in sections , we followed the main reference Mar The entry number theory contains a nice introduction to the broad subject. From very early on, mathematicians have tried to understand the

16. Algebraic Number Theory: Definition From Answers.com
The study of properties of real numbers, especially integers, using the methods of abstract algebra.

17. 11R: Algebraic Number Theory: Global Fields
Jan 14, 2000 There is also a mailing list ALGEBRAICNUMBER-THEORY ; information is available at the Algebraic Number Theory Preprint Archive
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Extractions: POINTERS: Texts Software Web links Selected topics here For complex multiplication, See 11G15 The rings of integers in these fields are also studied in Commutative Ring Theory , where we may find discussion of Unique Factorization Domains (UFDs), Euclidean domains, etc. Algebraic numbers; rings of algebraic integers PV-numbers and generalizations; other special algebraic numbers Polynomials (irreducibility, etc.) Quadratic extensions Cubic and quartic extensions Cyclotomic extensions Other abelian and metabelian extensions Other number fields Iwasawa theory Units and factorization Class numbers, class groups, discriminants Galois theory Integral representations related to algebraic numbers; Galois module structure of rings of integers, See Also 20C10 Galois cohomology, See also 12Gxx, 16H05, 19A31 Class field theory Langlands-Weil conjectures, nonabelian class field theory, See also 11Fxx, 22E55

18. Algebraic Number Theory -- From Wolfram MathWorld
Oct 11, 2010 Algebraic number theory is the branch of number theory that deals with algebraic numbers. Historically, algebraic number theory developed as
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Extractions: Algebraic Number Theory Algebraic number theory is the branch of number theory that deals with algebraic numbers . Historically, algebraic number theory developed as a set of tools for solving problems in elementary number theory , namely Diophantine equations (i.e., equations whose solutions are integers or rational numbers ). Using algebraic number theory, some of these equations can be solved by " lifting " from the field of rational numbers to an algebraic extension of More recently, algebraic number theory has developed into the abstract study of algebraic numbers and number fields themselves, as well as their properties. SEE ALSO: Algebraic Extension Algebraic Integer Algebraic Number Class Group ... Number Theory This entry contributed by David Terr REFERENCES: Stewart, I. and Tall, D. Algebraic Number Theory and Fermat's Last Theorem, 3rd ed. Wellesley, MA: A K Peters, 2000.

19. Algebraic Number Theory
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
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