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Finally, the material is connected with other parts of algebra in Part V, which shows how twisted forms of any algebraic structure are governed by its automorphism group scheme. About this Item: Springer-Verlag New York Inc. People investigating algebraic groups have studied the same objects in many different guises. About this Item: Springer, 1979. Cite this chapter as: Waterhouse W.

William Charles Waterhouse December 31, 1941 â€” June 26, 2016 was an American. This interplay of methods continues as we turn to specific results. In Part I we begin with a functorial idea, discussing some familiar processes for constructing groups. These turn out to be equivalent to the ring-theoretic objects called Hopf algebras, with which we can then con- struct new examples. In Part I we begin with a functorial idea, discussing some familiar processes for constructing groups. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!. Could you and I with Him consl? Book is in Used-Good condition.

I The Basic Subject Matter. Study of their representations shows that they are closely related to groups of matrices, and closed sets in matrix space give us a geometric picture of some of the objects involved. These turn out to be equivalent to the ring-theoretic objects called Hopf algebras, with which we can then con- struct new examples. Could you and I with Him consl? My first goal thus has been to take three different viewpoints and demonstrate how they offer complementary intuitive insight into the subject. This interplay of methods continues as we turn to specific results.

In Part I we begin with a functorial idea, discussing some familiar processes for constructing groups. Graduate Texts in Mathematics, vol 66. Finally, the material is connected with other parts of algebra in Part V, which shows how twisted forms of any algebraic structure are governed by its automorphism group scheme. My first goal thus has been to take three different viewpoints and demonstrate how they offer complementary intuitive insight into the subject. Study of their representations shows that they are closely related to groups of matrices, and closed sets in matrix space give us a geometric picture of some of the objects involved. Could you and I with Him consl? My first goal thus has been to take three different viewpoints and demonstrate how they offer complementary intuitive insight into the subject.

This interplay of methods continues as we turn to specific results. Could you and I with Him consl? All these are examples of affinc group schcmcs. From United Kingdom to U. In both 1961 and 1962, Waterhouse at that time an undergraduate at earned a Putnam Fellowship as one of the top five competitors on the ; with his 1962 performance, he led his school to a third-place team award. My first goal thus has been to take three different viewpoints and demonstrate how they offer complementary intuitive insight into the subject.

This interplay of methods continues as we turn to specific results. In Part I we begin with a functorial idea, discussing some familiar processes for constructing groups. His research interests included , , , and the. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. He was a of Mathematics at.

Finally, the material is connected with other parts of algebra in Part V, which shows how twisted forms of any algebraic structure are governed by its automorphism group scheme. About this Item: Springer-Verlag New York Inc. These turn out to be equivalent to the ring-theoretic objects called Hopf algebras, with which we can then construct new examples. Author: William C Waterhouse Publisher: New York : Springer-Verlag, 1979. Contents: I The Basic Subject Matter. This interplay of methods continues as we turn to specific results.

About this Item: Springer-Verlag New York Inc. Finally, the material is connected with other parts of algebra in Part V, which shows how twisted forms of any algebraic structure are governed by its automorphism group scheme. Finally, the material is connected with other parts of algebra in Part V, which shows how twisted forms of any algebraic structure are governed by its automorphism group scheme. My first goal thus has been to take three different viewpoints and demonstrate how they offer complementary intuitive insight into the subject. About this Item: Springer, 1979. He edited the 1966 English translation of 's and was the author of the textbook Introduction to Affine Group Schemes.

From United Kingdom to U. In Part I we begin with a functorial idea, discussing some familiar processes for constructing groups. These turn out to be equivalent to the ring-theoretic objects called Hopf algebras, with which we can then con- struct new examples. This is a familiar process for constructing a group from a ring. These turn out to be equivalent to the ring-theoretic objects called Hopf algebras, with which we can then conÂ struct new examples. My first goal thus has been to take three different viewpoints and demonstrate how they offer complementary intuitive insight into the subject.