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    • Abstract Algebra 

      Ash, Robert B. (New York, 2000)
      This is a text for the basic graduate sequence in abstract algebra, offered by most universities. We study fundamental algebraic structures, namely groups, rings, fields and modules, and maps between these structures. The ...
    • Computer Algebra Recipes for Mathematical Physics 

      Enns, Richard H. (Birkhäuser, 2005)
      This book is a self-contained guide to problem-solving and exploration in mathematical physics using the powerful Maple 9.5 computer algebra system (CAS). With a CAS one cannot only crunch numbers and plot results, but ...