A Brief Introduction to Algebraic Geometry

  • Maximal Ideals, Zariski Closures
  • Published 2007

Abstract

Algebraic geometry is fairly easy to describe from the classical viewpoint: it is the study of algebraic sets (defined in §2) and regular mappings between such sets. (Regular mappings are also defined in §2.) Unfortunately, many contemporary treatments can be so abstract (prime spectra of rings, structure sheaves, schemes, étale cohomology, etc.) that one… (More)

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@inproceedings{Ideals2007ABI, title={A Brief Introduction to Algebraic Geometry}, author={Maximal Ideals and Zariski Closures}, year={2007} }