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  1. A Book of Abstract Algebra: Second Edition by Charles C Pinter, 2010-01-14
  2. Schaum's Outline of Abstract Algebra (Schaum's Easy Outlines) by Lloyd Jaisingh, Frank Ayres, 2003-12-05
  3. Elements of Abstract Algebra by Allan Clark, 1984-10-01
  4. Contemporary Abstract Algebra by Joseph Gallian, 2009-01-08
  5. Abstract Algebra: An Introduction by Thomas W. Hungerford, 1996-07-12
  6. A First Course in Abstract Algebra, 7th Edition by John B. Fraleigh, 2002-11-16
  7. Abstract Algebra: Theory and Applications by Thomas W Judson, 2009-06-01
  8. Abstract Algebra by David S. Dummit, Richard M. Foote, 2003-07-14
  9. Abstract Algebra by John A. Beachy, William D. Blair, 2006-01-05
  10. Abstract Algebra (Dover Books on Mathematics) by W. E. Deskins, 1996-01-16
  11. Abstract Algebra and Solution by Radicals by John E. Maxfield, Margaret W. Maxfield, 2010-04-21
  12. Abstract Algebra by I. N. Herstein, 1996-01-15
  13. Schaum's Outline of Modern Abstract Algebra (Schaum's) by Frank Ayres, 1965-06-01
  14. Applied Abstract Algebra by Rudolf Lidl, G√ľnter Pilz, 1997-11-25

1. ABSTRACT ALGEBRA ON LINE
Contains many of the definitions and theorems from the area of mathematics generally called abstract algebra. Intended for undergraduate students taking an
http://www.math.niu.edu/~beachy/aaol/
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ABSTRACT ALGEBRA ON LINE
This site contains many of the definitions and theorems from the area of mathematics generally called abstract algebra. It is intended for undergraduate students taking an abstract algebra class at the junior/senior level, as well as for students taking their first graduate algebra course. It is based on the books Abstract Algebra , by John A. Beachy and William D. Blair, and Abstract Algebra II , by John A. Beachy. The site is organized by chapter. The page containing the Table of Contents also contains an index of definitions and theorems, which can be searched for detailed references on subject area pages. Topics from the first volume are marked by the symbol and those from the second volume by the symbol . To make use of this site as a reference, please continue on to the Table of Contents.
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Interested students may also wish to refer to a closely related site that includes solved problems: the
OnLine Study Guide for Abstract Algebra
REFERENCES
Abstract Algebra Second Edition , by John A. Beachy and William D. Blair

2. Abstract Algebra - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
abstract algebra is the subject area of mathematics that studies algebraic structures, such as groups, rings, fields, modules, vector spaces, and algebras.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abstract_algebra
Abstract algebra
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation search This article is about the branch of mathematics. For other uses of the term "algebra", see Algebra (disambiguation) . For the Swedish band, see Abstrakt Algebra Abstract algebra is the subject area of mathematics that studies algebraic structures , such as groups rings fields modules ... vector spaces , and algebras . Most authors nowadays simply write algebra instead of abstract algebra The term abstract algebra now refers to the study of all algebraic structures, as distinct from the elementary algebra ordinarily taught to children, which teaches the correct rules for manipulating formulas and algebraic expressions involving real and complex numbers , and unknowns. Elementary algebra can be taken as an informal introduction to the structures known as the real field and commutative algebra Contemporary mathematics and mathematical physics make intensive use of abstract algebra; for example, theoretical physics draws on Lie algebras . Subject areas such as algebraic number theory algebraic topology , and algebraic geometry apply algebraic methods to other areas of mathematics.

3. Course 311 - Abstract Algebra
Lecture notes by David Wilkins, Trinity College, Dublin. Topics in Number Theory; Group Theory; Galois Theory.
http://www.maths.tcd.ie/~dwilkins/Courses/311/
Course 311 - Abstract Algebra
Lecture Notes for the Academic Year 2007-08
Draft Lecture notes for course 311 ( Abstract algebra ), taught at Trinity College, Dublin, in the academic year 2007-08, are available here. The course consists of four sections:-
Part 1: Topics in Group Theory
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Part 2: Rings and Polynomials
PDF
Part 3: Introduction to Galois Theory
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Part 4: Commutative Algebra and Algebraic Geometry
PDF
Problems for the Academic Year 2007-08
The following problem sets were issued in the academic year 2007-8:-
Group Theory Problems
PDF
Galois Theory Problems
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Commutative Algebra and Algebraic Geometry Problems
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Old Lecture Notes for the Academic Year 2005-06
Lecture notes for course 311 ( Abstract algebra ), as it was taught at Trinity College, Dublin, in the academic year 2005-06, are available here. The course consists of four parts:-
Part I: Topics in Number Theory
PDF
Part II: Topics in Group Theory
PDF
Part III: Topics in Commutative Algebra
PDF
Part IV: Introduction to Galois Theory
PDF
The following material was non-examinable, but supplemented the examinable portions of the course:-
Part V: Hilbert's Nullstellensatz
PDF
Part VI: Introduction to Affine Schemes
PDF
The following problem sets were issued in the academic year 2005-06:-
Number Theory Problems
PDF
Group Theory Problems
PDF
Commutative Algebra Problems
PDF
Galois Theory Problems
PDF
dwilkins@maths.tcd.ie

4. Intro To Abstract Algebra
Paul Garrett s detailed and comprehensive lecture notes in abstract algebra.
http://www.math.umn.edu/~garrett/m/intro_algebra/
Intro to Abstract Algebra 5245-46
[ambient page updated Friday, 29-Jul-2005 10:58:56 CDT] ... [ home Quiz solutions (pdf):
  • The text for 5245-5246 in Summer 1998 will be My Notes (pdf) . These notes (with exercises and index) were specifically designed by me for this two-quarter sequence. We will start at the beginning of the Notes, and go approximately halfway through in 5245. The precise pace will depend on the class, and content of each quiz and homework assignment will be indicated as we go. Starred sections and starred exercises are optional.
  • There will be 20-minute quizzes each Tuesday and Thursday in the first hour of class. These quizzes will be open-book, open-notes. The one-hour final (Tues, July 21 for 5245, Wed Aug 26 for 5246) is also open-book, open-notes.
  • email is by far the best way to reach me and get a helpful response:
  • If we have a grader, corresponding homework will be collected after each quiz, and will count for 10 percent of your grade. The lowest two quiz scores will be dropped (but no make-up quizzes given), and quizzes count for 60 percent. The final will be 30 percent. (If there is no homework grader, the quizzes will be 2/3 and the final 1/3).
  • Office hours will be MWF after class, or by arrangement. I respond to

5. Mathematics Archives - Topics In Mathematics - Abstract Algebra
abstract algebra ADD. KEYWORDS Book SOURCE John A. Beachy from Northern Illinois University; abstract algebra ADD. KEYWORDS Course materials, Lecture
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Topics in Mathematics Abstract Algebra

6. Abstract Algebra - Wikibooks, Collection Of Open-content Textbooks
This is abstract algebra, an advanced set of topics related to Algebra. Readers of this book are expected to have read and understand the information
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Abstract algebra
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Jump to: navigation search This book is part of a series on Algebra Algebra I (Simple)
Algebra I

Algebra

Intermediate Algebra

Linear Algebra

Abstract Algebra
Algebra 2

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This is Abstract Algebra , an advanced set of topics related to Algebra . Readers of this book are expected to have read and understand the information presented in the Algebra , and Linear Algebra books.
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7. Abstract Algebra
abstract algebra deals with many structures other than groups. What happens if we two operations called addition and multiplication that behave in ways
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Abstract Algebra
Most people believe that the mathematics they learn in high school and in their early college years represents the essence of abstraction. What could be less tangible that the idealistic abstract notion of number? Mathematicians work with and delight in bizarre numbers such as i (the square root of -1) which to the uninitiated must seem like an irrational mix of mysticism and numerology. Nonetheless, the basic operations in arithmetic (addition, multiplication, etc.) apply remarkably well to many disparate real-life situations whether you are balancing your checkbook, keeping score in a game of cards, calculating the position of an object under the influence of gravity in physics, or measuring ingrediants for a recipe. In all these situations, the usual grade-school manner in which you add and multiply numbers models the situation perfectly. However, there are times when the normal rules of arithmetic that you learn in grade school do not seem to apply. For example, suppose that you are compiling baseball statistics. To determine a player's batting average, you need to know both the number of hits that he has and the number of times he has been at-bat. If a player has 7 hits in 23 attempts, a natural way to record this information is using the fraction 7/23. (The way this is usually displayed when you are watching a game is the corresponding decimal, truncated to 3 places. In the case of 7 hits in 23 at-bats, it would be written as .304. Although the number .304 is more visually appealing and and conveys information more quickly (the batter gets a hit about 30.4% of the time), it is less precise because we are unable to determine whether the play has 7 hits in 23 at-bats, 14 hits in 46 at-bats, or 70 hits in 230 at-bats.)

8. Applied Abstract Algebra
A book draft Applied abstract algebra by D. Joyner, R. Kreminski, J. Turisco in HTML.
http://web.usna.navy.mil/~wdj/book/
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Please see book page for more details on this book (errata, some maple-related exercises, etc).
  • Integral powers mod
  • Arithmetic properties of : a summary
  • Special project: continued fractions (optional)
  • Number theory exercises using GAP
  • Number theory exercises using MAGMA
  • Polynomials, rings and fields ...
  • Polynomials
  • Modular arithmetic with polynomials
  • Arithmetic properties of
  • Factoring over
  • Special project: Factoring over
  • Special Project: Factoring over or
  • Polynomials and rings using GAP
  • 9. Elements Of Abstract And Linear Algebra By Edwin H. Connell
    An online textbook on abstract algebra with emphasis on linear algebra.
    http://www.math.miami.edu/~ec/book/
    Elements of Abstract and Linear Algebra
    Edwin H. Connell

    This is a foundational textbook on abstract algebra with emphasis on linear algebra. You may download parts of the book or the entire textbook. It is provided free online in PDF DVI postscript , and gzipped postscript. Please read some words from the author first. Join the revolution in education! Write a supplement to this book and put it online. Participate in and contribute to a forum on abstract and linear algebra. Ask questions, give answers, and make comments in a worldwide classroom with the internet as blackboard. [March 20, 2004]
    The entire book Introduction Outline Chapter 1: Background and Fundamentals of Mathematics Chapter 2: Groups Chapter 3: Rings Chapter 4: Matrices and Matrix Rings Chapter 5: Linear Algebra Chapter 6: Appendix Index Please send comments to Edwin H. Connell
    Web page created by Dmitry Gokhman

    10. Abstract Algebra -- From Wolfram MathWorld
    abstract algebra is the set of advanced topics of algebra that deal with abstract algebraic structures rather than the usual number systems.
    http://mathworld.wolfram.com/AbstractAlgebra.html
    Algebra
    Applied Mathematics

    Calculus and Analysis

    Discrete Mathematics
    ... Renze
    Abstract Algebra Abstract algebra is the set of advanced topics of algebra that deal with abstract algebraic structures rather than the usual number systems. The most important of these structures are groups rings , and fields . Important branches of abstract algebra are commutative algebra representation theory , and homological algebra Linear algebra , elementary number theory , and discrete mathematics are sometimes considered branches of abstract algebra. Ash (1998) includes the following areas in his definition of abstract algebra: logic and foundations, counting, elementary number theory , informal set theory linear algebra , and the theory of linear operators SEE ALSO: Arithmetic Algebra Commutative Algebra Discrete Mathematics ... Set Theory Portions of this entry contributed by John Renze REFERENCES: Ash, R. B. A Primer of Abstract Mathematics. Washington, DC: Math. Assoc. Amer., 1998. Dummit, D. S. and Foote, R. M. Abstract Algebra, 2nd ed. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1998. Fraleigh, J. B.

    11. Home Page Of Robert B. Ash
    Downloadable textbooks for the basic graduate year of abstract algebra, and for introductions to algebraic number theory and commutative algebra.
    http://www.math.uiuc.edu/~r-ash/
    Robert B. Ash
    Professor Emeritus, Mathematics
    Dept. of Mathematics
    University of Illinois
    1409 W Green St.
    Urbana, IL 61801

    email r-ash [at] math [dot] uiuc [dot] edu
    Remarks on Expository Writing in Mathematics

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    Abstract Algebra: The Basic Graduate Year
    This is a student-oriented text covering the standard first year graduate course in algebra.
    Solutions to all problems are included and some of the reasoning is informal.
    A Course In Algebraic Number Theory
    An introduction to the subject, covering both global and local fields. The prerequisite is a standard graduate course in algebra. A Course In Commutative Algebra Commutative algebra is the theoretical foundation of algebraic geometry and algebraic number theory. Assuming as prerequisite a standard graduate algebra course, we attempt to reach an advanced level quickly and efficiently. Complex Variables Co-authored by W.P. Novinger (retired), Florida State University. This is a student-oriented text covering the standard first year graduate course in complex variables. Solutions to all problems are included.

    12. Abstract Algebra
    This page helps students who have encoutered terms from abstract algebra and need to quickly brush up their knowledge. For in depth discussion of abstract
    http://www.algebra.com/algebra/college/abstract/
    Abstract Algebra
    Algebra Algebra College Abstract -> Abstract Algebra ( Log On
    This page helps students who have encoutered terms from abstract algebra and need to quickly brush up their knowledge. For in depth discussion of abstract algebra, go to In Depth WikiBook on Abstract algebra
    Definitions
    • Group
      A group (G, ) is a nonempty set G together with a binary operation on G such that the following conditions hold:
      (i) Closure For all a,b G the element a b is a uniquely defined element of G.
      (ii) Associativity For all a,b,c G, we have a (b c) = (a b) c.
      (iii) Identity There exists an identity element e G such that e a=a and a e=a for all a G.
      (iv) Inverses : For each a G there exists an inverse element a G such that a a =e and a a=e. We will usually simply write ab for the product a b.
    • Ring
      Let R be a set on which two binary operations are defined, called addition and multiplication, and denoted by + and . Then R is called a commutative ring with respect to these operations if the following properties hold:
      (i) Closure: If a,b

    13. Course Notes --- J.S. Milne
    Course notes by JS Milne. Topics covered are group, fields and Galois, algebraic number, class field theories. Other areas discussed are modular functions
    http://www.jmilne.org/math/CourseNotes/
    Course Notes
    It was a compulsion for Artin to present each argument in its purest form, to replace computation by conceptual arguments, to strip the theory of unnecessary ballast. What was the decisive point for him was to show the beauty of the subject to the reader. He himself has said: " We all believe that mathematics is an art. The author of a book, the lecturer in a classroom tries to convey the structural beauty of mathematics to his readers, to his listeners. In this attempt, he must always fail. "
    Richard Brauer, BAMS 73 (1967), p38. These are full notes for all the advanced (graduate-level) courses I have taught since 1986. Some of the notes give complete proofs (Group Theory, Fields and Galois Theory, Algebraic Number Theory, Class Field Theory, Algebraic Geometry), while others are more in the nature of introductory overviews to a topic. At last count, the notes included about 1700 pages. Errata: This is a list of errors and additional comments not yet incorporated into the files on the web, mainly contributed by readers. The following table indicates how advanced a course is (first, second, or third year graduate course in North American universities), and which courses are prerequisites for it (or would be useful).

    14. Wiley::Abstract Algebra, 3rd Edition
    abstract algebra, 3rd Edition. David S. Dummit, Richard M. Foote. ISBN 9780-471-43334-7. Hardcover. 944 pages. July 2003. US $142.95 Add to Cart
    http://www.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-0471433349.html
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    15. Abstract Algebra Lab Manual
    abstract algebra with GAP By J. G. Rainbolt and J. A. Gallian January 2006 Version. Below are pdf versions of the January 2006 version of the lab manual.
    http://euler.slu.edu/Dept/Faculty/rainbolt/manual.html
    Abstract Algebra with GAP
    By J. G. Rainbolt and J. A. Gallian
    January 2006 Version
    Below are pdf versions of the January 2006 version of the lab manual. The official web site for this manual is the Houghton Mifflin web site: http://college.hmco.com/mathematics/gallian/abstract_algebra/5e/students/gap.html http://www.gap-system.org
    We recommend instructors read the "Note to Instructor" before using this manual. This page has been visited times since January 1, 2002. This page has been visited
    times since February 10, 2006. Go back to SLU Math Department Home Page Julianne G. Rainbolt Last Update January 2006. Oakley Sunglases

    16. Exploring Abstract Algebra With Mathematica
    Home Page for Exploring abstract algebra with Mathematica.
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    Exploring Abstract Algebra with Mathematica
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    17. AbstractAlgebra.net: The Home Of Introductory Abstract Algebra On The Web
    This is the homepage for the Fall 2003 offering of first semester undergraduate abstract algebra, MA441 Algebraic Structures I, of the Loyola College
    http://abstractalgebra.net/
    Loyola College Department of Mathematical Sciences
    MA441: Algebraic Structures I
    This is the homepage for the Fall 2003 offering of first semester undergraduate abstract algebra, MA441: Algebraic Structures I, of the Loyola College Department of Mathematical Sciences In addition to material for this course, you will find links below to other resources for learning introductory abstract algebra.
    Syllabus
    Read the course syllabus
    Exams
    Final exam: preparation exam answers Second midterm: preparation exam answers First midterm: preparation exam answers
    Lectures
    Here are slides for the lectures (as PDFs). September: October: (postponed) November: December:
    Homework
    Solutions requested: version 1 Assignments: Hints:
    Resources
    Text: Contemporary Abstract Algebra (5th edition), Joseph A. Gallian, Houghton-Mifflin, 2002 Joseph Gallian's website and his advice for learning abstract algebra. Material from other instructors: Loyola Mathematical Sciences Emil Volcheck , course instructor.

    18. Johns Hopkins University Press | Books | Applied Abstract Algebra
    With the advent of computers that can handle symbolic manipulations, abstract algebra can now be applied. In this book David Joyner, Richard Kreminski,
    http://www.press.jhu.edu/books/title_pages/3288.html
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    With the advent of computers that can handle symbolic manipulations, abstract algebra can now be applied. In this book David Joyner, Richard Kreminski, and Joann Turisco introduce a wide range of abstract algebra with relevant and interesting applications, from error-correcting codes to cryptography to the group theory of Rubik's cube. They cover basic topics such as the Euclidean algorithm, encryption, and permutations. Hamming codes and Reed-Solomon codes used on today's CDs are also discussed. The authors present examples as diverse as "Rotation," available on the Nokia 7160 cell phone, bell ringing, and the game of NIM. In place of the standard treatment of group theory, which emphasizes the classification of groups, the authors highlight examples and computations. Cyclic groups, the general linear group GL n ), and the symmetric groups are emphasized. With its clear writing style and wealth of examples

    19. Education PowerTools - Abstract Algebra - Maple Application Center - Maplesoft
    abstract algebra Complete set of Lessons Rating, October, 2003, Prof. Michael May Dr. Aleksandrs Mihailovs. 1
    http://www.maplesoft.com/applications/app_center_browse.aspx?SCID=140&CID=14

    20. Abstract Algebra Notes (PostScript)
    A collection of short notes by Bruce Ikenaga in PostScript.
    http://www.millersville.edu/~bikenaga/absalg/absanote.html
    Abstract Algebra Notes (PostScript)
    These are links to PostScript files containing notes for various topics in abstract algebra. These are notes for Abstract Algebra I; they were revised during the Fall, 2004 term.

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