Elements de Mathematique. Algebre commutative. Chapitre 10 by N. Bourbaki

By N. Bourbaki

Les ?‰l?©ments de math?©matique de Nicolas Bourbaki ont pour objet une pr?©sentation rigoureuse, syst?©matique et sans pr?©requis des math?©matiques depuis leurs fondements.

Ce quantity du Livre d Alg??bre commutative, septi??me Livre du trait?©, est l. a. continuation des chapitres ant?©rieurs. Il introduit notamment les notions de profondeur et de lissit?©, fondamentales en g?©ometrie alg?©brique. Il se termine par l creation des modules dualisants et de l. a. dualit?© de Grothendieck.

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