Selected Papers of S. A. Amitsur with Commentary (Collected Works) download epub
by Amitai Regev Louis Rowen David J Saltman and Lance W Small Avinoam Mann,Avinoam Mann,Amitai Regev,Louis Rowen,David Saltman,Lance Small
These volumes collect most of the published papers of Shimshon Avraham Amit-. sur, preceded by a brief biographical sketch by Avinoam Mann. nature of these papers is atypical of Amitsur - nearly all of his work is much more. Nevertheless, his papers are among the most cited in the area - but the.
A lead figure in twentieth century noncommutative algebra, S. A. Amitsur's contributions are wide-ranging and enduring. This volume collects almost all of his work. The papers are organized into broad topic areas: general ring theory, rings satisfying a polynomial identity, combinatorial polynomial identity theory, and division algebras. This volume makes a fine addition to any mathematics book collection.
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Louis H. Rowen, David J. Saltman. Shimshon A. Amitsur, David J. In this paper we extend work of Gerstenhaber, Kostant, Kraft-Procesi, Tanisaki, and others on orbit closures in the nilpotent cone of matrices by studying varieties of squar. More). In his book, Albert has a proof that every division algebra of degree 3 is cyclic. In this paper we will generalize this result, and derive the theorem below. Our argument is very close to tha.
The scientific work of Prof. PI-algebras and their cocharacters (co-author A. Regev), Journal of Algebra78 (1982), 248–254.
1. Applications of the theory of linear differential equations I, Riveon lematematica1 (1946/7), 47–48 (in Hebrew; English summary). The scientific work of Prof. Jakob Levitzki, Riveon lematematica11 (1957), 1–6 (in Hebrew; English summary). MathSciNetGoogle Scholar. Prime ideals in PI-rings (co-author L. W. Small), Journal of Algebra62 (1980), 358–383.
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Category: Science & Math
Publisher: American Mathematical Society (November 13, 2001)
Pages: 615 pages