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Publisher : Springer Release Date : 3. The seminar provides an introduction to this beautiful theory, based to a large extent on the volume "Twenty-four hours of local cohomology". The participants of the seminar are supposed to be familiar with basic concept from commutative and homological algebra, including the language of rings and modules. Hartshorne, Robin , Local cohomology. A seminar given by A. Iyengar, Srikanth B. Degree programme selection Search for modules Current news Now! Quick links Set in timetable Questions or corrections?
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Requirements for participation, required level The participants of the seminar are supposed to be familiar with basic concept from commutative and homological algebra, including the language of rings and modules. Herr Prof.
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