Complex Multiplication and Lifting Problems (Mathematical

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It includes fun facts and interesting theorems together with pictures. The first type of book is most suitable for the analytic aspects of the subject whereas the second for the topological, so comparing Lee to Hirsch is really an apples-to-oranges comparison. Using the machinery of abstract algebra. 1 − 2. With this tool, he was able to construct topologically equivalent 4-manifolds which had distinct polynomial invariants, so that the manifolds had to be distinct as differentiable manifolds, having inequivalent differentiable structures.

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