By Fedor Bogomolov
Algebraic curves have many precise homes that make their examine quite worthwhile. for that reason, curves supply a ordinary advent to algebraic geometry. during this booklet, the authors additionally convey out elements of curves which are particular to them and emphasize connections with algebra. this article covers the fundamental themes within the geometry of algebraic curves, akin to line bundles and vector bundles, the Riemann-Roch Theorem, divisors, coherent sheaves, and zeroth and primary cohomology teams. The authors make some extent of utilizing concrete examples and particular the way to make sure that the fashion is apparent and comprehensible. a number of chapters improve the connections among the geometry of algebraic curves and the algebra of one-dimensional fields. this can be an attractive subject that's hardly ever present in introductory texts on algebraic geometry. This ebook makes a great textual content for a primary path for graduate scholars.
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Algebraic Curves and One-Dimensional Fields by Fedor Bogomolov