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by Leila Schneps

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Leila Schneps
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Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (March 3, 2011)
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This book contains eight expository articles by well-known authors of the theory of Galois groups and fundamental groups. They focus on presenting recent developments, avoiding classical aspects which have already been described at length in the standard literature.

This book contains eight expository articles by well-known authors of the theory of Galois groups and fundamental groups. The volume grew from the special semester held at the MSRI in Berkeley in 1999 and many of the new results are due to work accomplished during that program.

New York: Cambridge University Press, ISBN 978-0521808316. Buff, Xavier; Fehrenbach, Jérôme; Lochak, Pierre; Schneps, Leila; Vogel, Pierre (2003), Moduli Spaces of Curves, Mapping Class Groups and Field Theory, 9, AMS and SMF, ISBN 978-0-8218-3167-0. Nakamura, Hiroaki; Pop, Florian; Schneps, Leila; et a. eds. (2012), Galois–Teichmüller Theory and Arithmetic Geometry, 63, Tokyo: Kinokuniya, ISBN 978-4-86497-014-3.

Galois groups and fundamental groups. Mathematical Institute.

Galois theory is the study of symmetries in solution spaces of polynomial and differential equations and more generally of the relation be- tween automorphism groups (or group schemes respectively) and the struc- ture of algebraic and differential extensions. Galois groups and fundamental groups.

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Start by marking Galois Groups and Fundamental Groups as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Eight expository articles by well-known authors of the theory of Galois groups and fundamental groups focus on recent developments, avoiding classical aspects which have already been described at length in the standard literature.

Galois Groups over Q Concus, Finn, and Hoffman (ed. : Geometric Analysis and Computer Graphics Bryant . : Geometric Analysis and Computer Graphics Bryant, Chern, Gardner, Goldschmidt, and Griffiths: Exterior Differential Systems Alperin (e. : Arboreal Group Theory Dazord and Weinstein (ed. : Symplectic Geometry, Groupoids, and Integrable Systems. Mathematical Subject Classifications: 20E06, 20E99, 57M05, 57M99.

Hodge theory and complex algebraic geometry 1. Claire Voisin, Leila Schneps.

Category: Математика, Прикладная математика. 4 Mb. Geometric Galois Actions Volume 2: The Inverse Galois Problem, Moduli Spaces, and Mapping Class Groups. Hodge theory and complex algebraic geometry 1. Category: Mathematics, Algebra, Algebraic geometry. 9 Mb. Hodge theory and complex algebraic geometry 2.

Eight expository articles by well-known authors of the theory of Galois groups and fundamental groups focus on recent developments, avoiding classical aspects which have already been described at length in the standard literature. The volume grew from the special semester held at the MSRI in Berkeley in 1999 and many of the new results are due to work accomplished during that program. Among the subjects covered are elliptic surfaces, Grothendieck's anabelian conjecture, fundamental groups of curves and differential Galois theory in positive characteristic. Although the articles contain original results, the authors have striven to make them as introductory as possible, making them accessible to graduate students as well as researchers in algebraic geometry and number theory. The volume also contains a lengthy overview by Leila Schneps that sets the individual articles into the broader context of contemporary research in Galois groups.