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ring theory

[′riŋ ‚thē·ə·rē]
(mathematics)
The study of the structure of rings in algebra.
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This text introduces undergraduates with no knowledge of the subject to abstract algebra, covering group theory, ring theory, and fields and Galois theory.
There is also a program towards a proof of the Atiyah Conjecture based on the Farrell-Jones Conjecture and ring theory.
Matsumura Commutative Ring Theory Cambridge tudies in Advanced Mathematics 8 Cambridge University Press(1986).
The ring theory got a boost from an analysis of Cassini images by Erika Lopez Garcia of Brown University in Providence, R.
It introduces abstract algebra in terms of the integers, other number systems, polynomial rings, more ring theory, groups, and special topics.
At that time the most prominent faculty member of the mathematics department was Joachim Lambek, a specialist in ring theory, who accepted to supervise my work.
Rowen, Polynomial identities in ring theory (1980), Pure and Applied Math.
This book will interest graduate students and research mathematicians who work with ring theory.
In Quantum Ring Theory, Guglinski presents a new theory concerning the fundamental nature of physics.
Combining these Smarandache multi-spaces with rings in classical ring theory, the conception of multi-ring spaces is introduced and some characteristics of multi-ring spaces are obtained in this paper.
But he does not subscribe to the strategic ring theory developed by John Warden.
Matsumura, Commutative Ring Theory, Cambridge Univ.