By J. Adámek, J. Rosický, V. Trnková (auth.), Francis Borceux (eds.)
Categorical algebra and its functions include numerous primary papers on common type thought, via the head experts within the box, and plenty of attention-grabbing papers at the purposes of classification idea in useful research, algebraic topology, algebraic geometry, normal topology, ring thought, cohomology, differential geometry, staff concept, mathematical common sense and machine sciences. the quantity includes 28 conscientiously chosen and refereed papers, out of ninety six talks brought, and illustrates the usefulness of class conception this present day as a strong device of research in lots of different areas.
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