Abelian Varieties Now back in print the revised edition of this popular study gives a systematic account of the basic results about abelian varieties Mumford describes the analytic methods and results applicable when
Now back in print, the revised edition of this popular study gives a systematic account of the basic results about abelian varieties Mumford describes the analytic methods and results applicable when the ground field k is the complex field C and discusses the scheme theoretic methods and results used to deal with inseparable isogenies when the ground field k has characterNow back in print, the revised edition of this popular study gives a systematic account of the basic results about abelian varieties Mumford describes the analytic methods and results applicable when the ground field k is the complex field C and discusses the scheme theoretic methods and results used to deal with inseparable isogenies when the ground field k has characteristic p The author also provides a self contained proof of the existence of a dual abeilan variety, reviews the structure of the ring of endormorphisms, and includes in appendices The Theorem of Tate and the Mordell Weil Thorem This is an established work by an eminent mathematician and the only book on this subject.
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David Mumford is a Professor Emeritus of Mathematics at Brown University David B Mumford