Khovanskii, Askold
Translated by Timorin, V., Kiritchenko, V.
2013, VIII, 81 p.
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The first part of this book provides an elementary and self-contained exposition of classical Galois theory and its applications to questions of solvability of algebraic equations in explicit form. The second part describes a surprising analogy between the fundamental theorem of Galois theory and the classification of coverings over a topological space. The third part contains a geometric description of finite algebraic extensions of the field of meromorphic functions on a Riemann surface and provides an introduction to the topological Galois theory developed by the author.
All results are presented in the same elementary and self-contained manner as classical Galois theory, making this book both useful and interesting to readers with a variety of backgrounds in mathematics, from advanced undergraduate students to researchers.
Content Level » Graduate
Keywords » Galois group - monodromy group - solvability by radicals
Related subjects » Algebra - Geometry & Topology
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