Real algebraic geometry

@inproceedings{Bochnak1992RealAG,
  title={Real algebraic geometry},
  author={J. Bochnak and M. Coste and Marie-Françoise Roy},
  year={1992}
}
1. Ordered Fields, Real Closed Fields.- 2. Semi-algebraic Sets.- 3. Real Algebraic Varieties.- 4. Real Algebra.- 5. The Tarski-Seidenberg Principle as a Transfer Tool.- 6. Hilbert's 17th Problem. Quadratic Forms.- 7. Real Spectrum.- 8. Nash Functions.- 9. Stratifications.- 10. Real Places.- 11. Topology of Real Algebraic Varieties.- 12. Algebraic Vector Bundles.- 13. Polynomial or Regular Mappings with Values in Spheres.- 14. Algebraic Models of C? Manifolds.- 15. Witt Rings in Real Algebraic… Expand

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