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Knots and Primes

An Introduction to Arithmetic Topology

Series: Universitext

Morishita, Masanori

English Language edition of 'Musubime to Sosu' Copyright © Springer Japan 2009

2012, XI, 191p. 42 illus..

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From the reviews:

“The book under review is the first systematic treatment of the subject in a format suitable for a textbook. … The book is rich in material for anybody interested in either the arithmetic or the topological side, and the connections and interactions are presented in a very convincing and detailed way.” (Matilde Marcolli, Mathematical Reviews, March, 2013)

“Once you’ve lived long enough in mathematics, the themes addressed in Knots and Primes: An Introduction to Arithmetic Topology are both familiar and exceedingly attractive. This is a fascinating topic … and Morishita’s book is an important contribution. … it will spur a lot of work in this beatiful and accessible area of contemporary mathematics.” (Michael Berg, The Mathematical Association of America, May, 2012)

 

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