By Claude Chevalley

This classical publication, written by way of a recognized French mathematician within the early Fifties, offers an method of algebraic geometry of curves taken care of because the thought of algebraic features at the curve. between different merits of such an process, it allowed the writer to think about curves over an arbitrary floor box. between subject matters mentioned within the ebook are the idea of divisors on a curve, the Riemann-Roch theorem, $p$-adic final touch, extensions of the fields of features (covering idea) and of the fields of constants, and the speculation of differentials on a curve. The final bankruptcy, that's extra analytic in taste, treats the speculation of Riemann surfaces. necessities for analyzing are minimum and comprise simply a sophisticated undergraduate algebra direction

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