Topology of Numbers (Allen Hatcher)

 
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Topology of Numbers (Allen Hatcher)

An introduction to number theory that takes a geometrical perspective rather than the traditional strictly algebraic one. The study of Conway's topographs connected to quadratic forms in two variables takes up a significant portion of the book.

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Allen Hatcher is a Senior Lecturer of Mathematics at Cornell University.
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(2014)
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PDF (122 pages, 1.7 MB)

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