An Introduction to Homological Algebra

@inproceedings{Rotman1979AnIT,
  title={An Introduction to Homological Algebra},
  author={Joseph J. Rotman},
  year={1979}
}
An Introduction to Homological Algebra discusses the origins of algebraic topology. It also presents the study of homological algebra as a two-stage affair. First, one must learn the language of Ext and Tor and what it describes. Second, one must be able to compute these things, and often, this involves yet another language: spectral sequences. Homological algebra is an accessible subject to those who wish to learn it, and this book is the author's attempt to make it lovable. This book… 
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