r undergraduate courses. One advanced topic now covered is a proof of the celebrated Wedderburn-Artin theorem which determines the structure of simple Artinian rings.
Reviewed by Skuli Gudmundsson, (Florida, USA)
Being an introduction to so many branches of mathematics and still self contained in the development of a specific theory, I think this book is a must for anyone who wants to get at least a glimpse of what lies beyond the curtains of real
The Algebraic Eigenvalue Problem (Monographs on Numerical Analysis)
Analysis on Symmetric Cones (Oxford Mathematical Monographs)
Gives self contained exposition of the geometry of symmetric cones, and develops analysis on these cones and on the complex tube domains associated with them.
Loop Groups (Oxford Mathematical Monographs)
Products of Groups (Oxford Mathematical Monographs)
Of particular interest to group theorists are groups that are the product of two subgroups. In what way is the structure of the product related to that of its subgroups? This monograph gives the first detailed account of the most importan
Banach and Locally Convex Algebras (Oxford Science Publications)
Text: English (translation) Original Language: Russian
Reviewed by a reader
Helemskii uses a very different approach from most other books I have seen on the topic of operator algebras. He states as many of his theorems as possible in a general sense, whereas many authors work in the easier cases of C*-algebras.
"I ordered the Algebra Buster late one night when my daughter was having problems in her honors algebra class. After we ordered your software
she was able to see step by step how to solve the problems. Algebra Buster definitely saved the day."