Posted by **step778** at Aug. 19, 2016

1989 | pages: 571 | ISBN: 1461282152 | DJVU | 7,4 mb

Posted by **tanas.olesya** at Oct. 9, 2015

English | 20 Oct. 2011 | ISBN: 3540570292 | 292 Pages | PDF | 7 MB

Here, the eminent algebraist, Nathan Jacobsen, concentrates on those algebras that have an involution. Although they appear in many contexts, these algebras first arose in the study of the so-called "multiplication algebras of Riemann matrices".

Posted by **tanas.olesya** at Feb. 20, 2015

English | Dec 31, 1943 | ISBN: 0821815024 | 155 Pages | PDF | 15 MB

The book is mainly concerned with the theory of rings in which both maximal and minimal conditions hold for ideals (except in the last chapter, where rings of the type of a maximal order in an algebra are considered).

Posted by **Willson** at Nov. 2, 2016

English | 2009 | ISBN: 048647187X | 704 pages | EPUB | 9.9 MB

Posted by **nrg** at July 23, 2016

6 jpg | up to 2500*3750 | UHQ | 27.41 MB

Posted by **Bayron** at Feb. 29, 2016

English | 2009 | ISBN: 0486471896 | 528 pages | PDF | 7 MB

Posted by **Nice_smile)** at Sept. 8, 2015

English | July 22, 2009 | ISBN: 048647187X | 704 Pages | PDF | 13.26 MB

A classic text and standard reference for a generation, this volume and its companion are the work of an expert algebraist who taught at Yale for more than three decades.

Posted by **manamba13** at Feb. 6, 2015

English | 2008 | ISBN: 082184640X | 453 Pages | DJVU | 7 MB

The theory of Jordan algebras has played important roles behind the scenes of several areas of mathematics. Jacobson's book has long been the definitive treatment of the subject.

Posted by **fdts** at Dec. 27, 2014

by Nathan Jacobson

English | 2009 | ISBN: 048647187X | 704 pages | PDF | 13.26 MB

Posted by **AlenMiler** at Oct. 23, 2014

Springer; 1st ed. 1996. Corr. 2nd printing 2009 edition | January 15, 2010 | English | ISBN: 3540570292 | 284 pages | PDF | 7 MB

Here, the eminent algebraist, Nathan Jacobsen, concentrates on those algebras that have an involution. Although they appear in many contexts, these algebras first arose in the study of the so-called "multiplication algebras of Riemann matrices".